A Casper teenager being charged as an adult, has admitted he tried to use his vehicle to run over a person that he got into a fight with.

Seventeen year old Trevor Tyree has pleaded guilty to one charge of possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.

Investigators with the Casper Police Department say in early August, officers were called to a residence on East 20th Street.

The victim told officers he had Tyree and several other people at his place for a gathering, but then the victim's father returned home and told everyone to leave.

Tyree and the victim then got into an argument, and when Tyree left he made a verbal threat, and the victim shot Tyree with two paintball rounds.

The two started to fight over the gun, and eventually Tyree drove away from the scene.

A few minutes later, he returned and drove towards the victim at a high rate of speed.

The victim was able to move out of the way and Tyree drove through the front yard of the residence.

Police determined that fresh tire tracks found on the scene, were consistent with the victim's story, and later found Tyree and arrested him.

Prosecutors learned that Tyree has an extensive juvenile criminal history.

As part of a plea deal, prosecutors will seek a three-to-five year prison sentence with a boot camp recommendation, however the deal is non-binding, which means a judge could impose a different sentence, up to the maximum of five years in prison.

Tyree is free on $20,000 bond, and will be sentenced at a later date.