By RICHARD F. BELISLE
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The driver of the car involved in a drive-by shooting in Chambersburg on July 20 identified William C. Houser as one of two teenagers riding in the back seat who have been charged in the incident.
The testimony came during a preliminary hearing Friday before District Justice Gary L. Carter.
Carter said he found probable cause to send the case against Houser to the Court of Common Pleas for prosecution.
Houser, 17, is being tried as an adult in the case. He is being held in the Franklin County Prison on $1 million bond, according to court officials.
Houser, of 117 Garfield St., Chambersburg, and Carlos Rodriguez Johnson, 18, whose last known address was 30 W. South St., Chambersburg, are each charged with three counts of criminal attempt at homicide, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of criminal conspiracy, according to court records.