One of the six Lansing teenagers charged in a shooting and break-in last November, agrees to a plea deal.
18-year-old Neshawn Jackson pleaded guilty to first-degree home invasion, in exchange prosecutors dropped the armed robbery and weapons charges against him.
Jackson was one of the six teenagers who police say broke into a house on Pinewood Avenue last November near Cavanaugh Elementary. Police say he was the driver.
Authorities say the group of teens exchanged gunfire with the homeowner, three of them were wounded before running from the house, including Jamell Barber.
He and Antonio Thompson have already been charged, they're all awaiting trial.
Jackson faces up to 20 years when he is sentenced in April.