FARMINGTON – A Kaysville man who police said fired multiple shots in Layton in October will be sentenced Jan. 27 after pleading guilty in 2nd District Court last week.
Brandon Benjamin Edgar Brown, 20 pleaded guilty to one third-degree felony charge of riot; a class A misdemeanor charge of reckless endangerment; and one count each of class B misdemeanor charges of possession or consumption of alcohol by minor, discharge of a firearm and carrying a dangerous weapon while under the influence of alcohol.
Brown and Christopher James Church, 27, of Layton, are accused of firing multiple shots in east Layton and in the area of Antelope and Sunset Drives on Oct. 24.
Two 17-year-old males drove to the Layton Police Department that night and reported they had encountered Brown and Church earlier in the evening while they were driving off-road on the east end of Antelope Drive, police said at the time.
The teens told officers that Brown and Church followed them in an SUV and shot at them.
Church appeared in court on Dec. 4 and is expected back on Dec. 23 for a pretrial conference after pleading not guilty.