A Peoria man, arrested after a bizarre incident last winter in which his car was stolen and a woman
shot pleaded guilty Tuesday to a weapons charge. 38 year old Robert Galbreath pleaded guilty
to aggravated unlawful use of a weapon while two other weapon charges were dropped as part of the
plea. Galbreath will be sentenced in March. Those charges stem from an incident which began
in front of Galbreath's home last January on East Ravine and ended with his stolen car crashing
into a ravine on East Nebraska. Two people ran from the car and were eventually caught.
One of them had been shot before police arrived. Galbreath is also charged in an unrelated
case charging him with two counts of DUI and aggravated reckless driving for an incident which
allegedly occurred in October of 2010. Galbreath is due in court on those charges February 1st.