Man pleads guilty for second time to shooting at deputies
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A man who fired at Boone County deputies from a stolen vehicle has pleaded guilty to several federal charges.
Russell Dean Moore of Fulton pleaded guilty to two counts of destruction of a motor vehicle, unlawful transport of firearms and receiving stolen firearms.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports Moore had pleaded guilty in December 2017, but withdrew the plea before sentencing. A jury trial was scheduled for January, but Moore pleaded guilty Dec. 6.
Charging documents say Moore shot at the officers several times during a chase in April 2016. He also fired at four tractor-trailers on the highway before the chase ended. No one was injured.
A woman with Moore, Victoria Ann Buol, pleaded guilty in January to destruction of a motor vehicle and two coats of firearms charges.
Information from: Columbia Daily Tribune, http://www.columbiatribune.com