A Dowagiac teenager accused of bringing guns and ammunition onto school property earlier this year, took a plea deal this week in the case.
Phillip Kocsis, 17, pleaded guilty to an added count of carrying a concealed weapon and one count of disturbing the peace.
The Dowagiac Union High School junior was originally facing eight weapons-related charges, five of them felonies.
As part of a plea agreement, those charges were dismissed in exchange for Kocsis pleading guilty to the two counts.
Back in September, Dowagiac school resource officers received a tip that a student had weapons inside his car on campus.
They searched Kocsis's vehicle and found a 12-gage shotgun, an M1 rifle, ammunition for both and a KA-BAR knife.
Kocsis is scheduled to be sentenced on January 25.
The penalty for carrying a concealed weapon is five years, while disturbing the peace is a 90-day misdemeanor.