WILKES-BARRE — A Plymouth man accused of firing guns toward a car and a city home has pleaded guilty to multiple charges in Luzerne County Court involving cases spanning several years.
Joseph C. Corbett, 34, admitted his crimes before Judge Joseph Sklarosky Jr. His admissions covered the following:
• One count of disorderly conduct in connection with a March 5, 2010, incident in which Corbett punched his girlfriend and fled police, according to an affidavit.
• One count of disorderly conduct for a March 9, 2010, incident in which he fled from police after a traffic stop on Huber Street, according to an affidavit. Police said he was wanted on assault and domestic violence charges in Wilkes-Barre and South Carolina.
• Possession of a firearm for a July 23, 2010, incident in which police said they discovered Corbett, a convicted felon, outside a city pharmacy in possession of a .22-caliber semi-automatic weapon and what he described as “some bud,” meaning marijuana.
• Discharge of a firearm into an occupied structure for a Feb. 7, 2012, incident in which police said he fired a gun into a South Empire Street home and a car parked outside the residence.
• Discharge of a firearm into an occupied structure for a Feb. 13, 2012, incident in which police said Corbett fired a gun into the same South Empire Street home.
Corbett is scheduled to be sentenced on March 27.