The Free Lance-Star reports. Reckless handing is usually a misdemeanor charge, but because of the severe injuries suffered by Isiah Brown, Turbyfill faces a felony charge, Special Prosecutor LaBravia Jenkins said.Turbyfill had given Brown a ride home the night of April 21 after Brown’s car broke down.
About an hour later, Brown called 911, saying he was worried about his car and was in a dispute with his brother over the keys; at one point he mentioned having a gun and wanting to kill his brother.
But then he said at least twice that he didn’t have a gun. When Turbyfill responded to the call, he shot at Brown, who was holding a phone, which Turbyfill apparently thought was a gun.