Man Turns Himself in Alleged Handgun Discharge That Injured One Woman
Jun 29, 2015 06:10PM ● Published by Kevin
On June 16, 2015 at approximately 5:00 PM Brandon Michael Flynn, 29 of Concord, turned himself in on a Concord Police Warrant for reckless conduct, placing another in danger (felony B), and carrying a loaded handgun without a license (misdemeanor A).
These charges stem from an incident that occurred on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at approximately 11:45 AM. At that time Concord Police Officers responded to the parking lot of McDonald’s, located at 111 Fisherville Road, in Concord, for a report of a shooting.
Upon arrival officers located a 28-year-old-female who had been shot through both legs. The female was located inside the car, seated on the front passenger seat. The victim was being treated inside the care by a male subject, later identified as Brandon Flynn.
The female was transported by the Concord Fire Department to the Concord Hospital where she was treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Police detectives conducted an investigation and learned that at the time of the shooting, Flynn was handling a firearm inside the car. The handgun in question is described as a 9mm handgun. While handling the firearm, Flynn discharged it, striking the female victim. Detectives confirmed that the shooting was not intentional however did establish probable cause that his actions were reckless. As a result, detectives sought an arrest warrant for Flynn.
The arrest warrant was issued yesterday, June 16, 2015. Mr. Flynn was notified and turned himself into police without incident. He was booked and released on $7,000 personal recognizance bail. He will be arraigned at the 6th Circuit – District Division – Concord (Concord District Court) on July 20, 2015.
Information courtesy of Concord Police Department.