A Proctor man, who fired dozens of shots with an AR-15 at his live-in girlfriend in 2016, will spend more than 16 years in prison.
On Friday, Rusty Kallis, 41, was convicted of felony attempted premeditated first degree murder.
He will spend the next 200 months in prison in St. Cloud, with credit for 441 days served.
Back in December, he entered a last-minute guilty plea in court. Kallis then reached an agreement with prosecutors to plead guilty to attempted premeditated first degree murder.
With the plea, Kallis avoided a trial and 10 felony charges, including second degree attempted intentional murder.
The November 2016 incident started on the 100 block of 5th Street, in Proctor.
Kallis pointed his AR-15 at his girlfriend with children present, and began threatening her.
At one point, Kallis fired several rounds into the kitchen floor. A pickup truck in the driveway was also found riddled with bullet holes.