2 plead in death of York County woman hit by stray bullet
The male wing of York County Prison is seen in this October 2016 image. (Google Maps)
(Felton) — Two men have pleaded guilty to charges in the death of a woman in a vehicle struck by a bullet as they were target shooting in Pennsylvania two years ago.
The York Daily Record reports that 44-year-old Todd Kraft and 23-year-old Jeremy Robbins pleaded guilty Monday to reckless endangering and conspiracy charges.
York County authorities said the two were target shooting outside a North Hopewell Township home in June 2017, aiming downhill at bottles and cans on a hot tub. One bullet hit 55-year-old Nancy Folcomer, who was a passenger in a jeep driving past.
As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors dropped involuntary manslaughter charges. They are to recommend a maximum six to 23 months for Kraft and just under a year to just under two years for Robbins.