Two Dickson men who were charged in what investigators called a dispute over drugs were sentenced to a year in jail and probation on Wednesday. With their trial scheduled to start yesterday, Fabin Vaughn and DeAnthony Vaughn pleaded no contest to burglary and assault charges stemming from an October 2011 altercation during which DeAnthony Vaughn was shot. Dickson County Circuit Court Judge Robert Burch sentenced Fabin Vaughn to four years in jail for aggravated burglary to be suspended after 11 months and 29 days with the remaining three years on probation. Charges of assault, possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony and possession of marijuana were dropped in the plea agreement. Burch sentenced DeAnthony Vaughn to two consecutive 11-month, 29-day sentences on two misdemeanor assault charges, with one to be served and then probation. An aggravated burglary charge was dismissed in the agreement. The Vaughns went to the Sunny Ridge Circle apartment of Teri Bowling and her son Silas on Oct. 29, 2011, in what Assistant District Attorney Ray Crouch said was a dispute over drugs and/or drug money. Police said both Bowlings were assaulted during the altercation and Fabin Vaughn drew a weapon, at which time Silas Bowling grabbed a pistol belonging to his mother and shot DeAnthony Vaughn in the abdomen. Vaughn was found collapsed outside the apartment while Fabin Vaughn fled the scene, only to turn himself in to police later. Investigators said they found a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside the apartment, but no charges were filed against the Bowlings.