AUGUSTA — A Chesterville man who shot at a pickup truck in which his girlfriend and her 7-year-old son were riding last December pleaded guilty on Monday to reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon and domestic violence terrorizing in connection with that incident.

Eddie P. Levigne, 29, who formerly lived in Vienna, was sentenced at the Capital Judicial Center to an initial eight months in jail, and the remainder of the three-year term suspended while he spends two years on probation. The offenses occurred Dec. 10, 2017, in Vienna.

Levigne was also ordered to attended domestic violence court.

A separate complaint of violation of conditions of release was dismissed, and he was sentenced to a concurrent 30 days in jail on a charge of violation of a protection from abuse order from Dec. 18, 2017, when it appeared he tried to contact the woman from the jail in Augusta.

When Levigne was first in court in December 2017, a prosecutor said Levigne was upset because his girlfriend was leaving in a vehicle with another man, a mechanic. The prosecutor said a 12-gauge shotgun was found at Levigne’s house.

Betty Adams — 621-5631

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