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Two Sacramento teens pled no contest in drive-by shooting
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WOODLAND, CA - Two Sacramento teens pled no contest Friday to a drive-by shooting on March 6, 2010.

Monte Nunn, 17 and Michael Esterline, 19, pled no contest to attempted murder of two teens. Nunn admitted to personal use of a firearm and Esterline pled no contest to weapon charges, said Yolo County District Attorney Jonathan Raven.

Nunn and Esterline spotted the victims at the Wal-Mart Superstore in West Sacramento and started to follow the victims as they drove through the streets. The victims went to high school with Esterline.

When the victims slowed down to let Esterline pass, Esterline drove up next to the car and Nunn shot at the car six times, and then sped off, said Raven.

Police found an assault rifle, handguns and ammunition in Esterline's room.

Nunn faces up to 15 years in state prison. Esterline faces up to eight years and four months in state prison.

Sentencing is scheduled for March 18, 2011.

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