PITTSBORO, Miss. (WTVA) - Adrian Golden pleaded guilty to attempted murder Monday afternoon in Calhoun County court.
Golden pleaded guilty to attempted first-degree murder one day ahead of his scheduled trial.
Judge Andrew Howorth heard the plea.
Golden will be sentenced Friday morning.
He spent more than a year on the run after shooting his estranged wife, Kimberly Sisk, in June 2017.
Sisk previously spoke with WTVA about her experience and her story of survival. Open this link to watch her story.
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