A Wells man pleaded not responsible to a cost of homicide in reference to the deadly taking pictures of a 2-year-old in Might.
Andrew Huber-Younger, 19, was charged with homicide after his father, brother and a younger youngster have been shot at a house at 97 Crediford Highway on Might 21. Younger’s father and brother have been taken to the hospital for accidents that weren’t life-threatening whereas the kid — 2-year-old Octavia Huber Younger — died of her accidents, in response to the Maine State Police.
Younger was charged with one depend of homicide, two counts of tried homicide and two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, in response to the Portland Press Herald.
He pleaded not responsible to all 5 costs on Friday through a Zoom listening to, the Press Herald reported.
Huber-Younger lived on the residence on Crediford Highway together with his mother and father, his brother and his niece.
The taking pictures was the end result of a struggle between Huber-Younger and the woman’s father over a T-shirt, in response to a police affidavit.
Huber-Younger allegedly drove to the Wells Police Division after the taking pictures and advised police, “I f****** up and accidently shot at my f****** household,” the affidavit mentioned.
He advised police the gun, a .22-caliber handgun, was in his automobile. Investigators recovered it.
The struggle over his brother sporting Huber-Younger’s T-shirt with out permission escalated, and their father requested Huber-Younger to depart, in response to police. The 2 brothers allegedly continued to argue through textual content messages whereas Huber-Younger was at a Sea Canines sport in Portland.
Huber-Younger later returned to the house with a gun he had stolen from his father, in response to the courtroom paperwork.
He allegedly advised police he was aiming for his brother and fired however didn’t intend to kill anybody, the affidavit mentioned.
Huber-Younger’s father was shot within the face and his brother suffered a gunshot wound to his left shoulder. Their accidents are usually not thought of life-threatening, in response to police.
Octavia Huber-Younger, who was within the arms of her father, was shot within the left arm and the bullet went by way of her chest.
Andrew Huber-Younger is being held with out bail at York County Jail. A testimonial listening to has been requested to find out if there was sufficient possible trigger to carry him.