A shooting in North Redding a month ago that was prompted by a vandalism incident has already been settled with a plea deal. On the morning of May 23rd Redding Police were called to an Oasis Road home as the victim, 23-year-old Quinton Henderson of Montgomery Creek, was taken to a hospital by his friend. The shooter, 38-year-old Terry Bond, left the scene but a CHP airplane pilot tracked him until the RPD could intercept him and Bond was taken into custody. Investigators determined that Bond had emerged from his home with a shotgun to confront Henderson about an act of vandalism. During the confrontation Bond pointed the shotgun at Henderson and his friend, then fired a round into the ground and struck Henderson with the stock of the gun. The argument continued until Bond shot Henderson in the lower body. Bond, who was on felony probation for car theft, entered a guilty plea Wednesday to assault with a firearm. He’s expected to be sentenced to more than 7 years in prison.