A Binghamton teenager will spend time in state prison after illegally possessing a pistol that was used to fire shots last May.

According to the District Attorney, Savon C. Turrell pleaded guilty to Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the 2nd degree after admitting he illegally possessed a loaded .45-caliber pistol.

Police responded to the report of shots fired in the vicinity of Meadow and Mygatt Streets and tracked the suspect vehicle, a light-colored Dodge Caliber to an Oak Street residence.

Turrell was found in the house with the gun. The DA says no one was struck or injured after the shots were fired.

Turrell was sentenced to 3.5 years in state prison and 3 years of post-release supervision.