BENTON, MO (KFVS) - Nineteen-year-old Landon Urhahn now admits he brought a handgun to Kelly High School last November.
Urhahn entered the plea to a felony charge of unlawful use of a weapon at a scheduled court hearing on Thursday morning.
The judge accepted his plea, and found him guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
Urhahn's also been identified as the teen who brought a loaded gun on school property 17 months earlier.
That firearm resulted in the death of 15-year-old Kaden Robert.
As we recently reported in an I-Team special report, Robert's parents say Scott County authorities did not do their jobs when they chose not to hold the then 16-year-old Urhahn accountable for bringing a loaded handgun onto school property.
Both Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter and Juvenile Office Attorney Dan Norton call Robert's death a "tragic accident."
Rhonda Robert calls her son's death a series of "tragic mistakes."
Robert reacted to Urhahn's plea in this statement she sent late on Thursday afternoon:
Landon Urhahn could face up to four years in prison, the maximum sentence for a first-time felony offender.
His sentencing is scheduled for May 11.