RICHMOND, Ky. - An Indiana doctor who was accused of shooting a BB gun at a driver on Interstate 75 in an incident captured on video last year has pleaded guilty to wanton endangerment in central Kentucky.
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports 51-year-old Dr. Perrin Dobyns of Corydon, Indiana, entered the plea Monday in Madison County Circuit Court.
Dobyns and his lawyer, Jim Lowry of Lexington, declined comment afterward.
Sentencing is set for Oct. 2. Dobyns' plea agreement calls for supervised probation for three years but says he could face three years in prison if he violates terms of the deal.
David Kollar told police he saw a driver operating recklessly on I-75 last September. Kollar recorded video with his smartphone.
No one was injured.
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