A 42-year-old man with an extensive criminal record pleaded guilty Tuesday and was immediately sentenced to six years in prison for shooting at a Westminster home, seriously injuring a man.
Vu Kim Quach pleaded guilty to a felony count of assault with a firearm. As part of the plea deal charges of attempted murder, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, discharge of a firearm at a residence and possession of a firearm by a felon were dismissed along with multiple sentencing enhancement allegations of shooting a gun from a vehicle causing great bodily injury, attempted premeditated murder, personal use of a gun and inflicting great bodily injury.
Quach shot at a home on June 4, 2014.
Quach pleaded guilty in August 1997 to burglary and was sentenced to two years in prison. In January 2001 he was sentenced to eight years in prison after he was convicted for attempted burglary, according to the criminal complaint filed against him at the end of December 2015.
In May 2013 Quach pleaded guilty to stalking, contempt of a domestic violence order, both felonies, as well as misdemeanor counts of brandishing a weapon and making annoying calls. For that, he was sentenced to two years in prison.
In July 2014 Quach was sentenced again to two years in prison for possession of a gun by a felon, according to court records.