A Macon police detective says Ashley Brown was the "primary aggressor" in a recent fatal shooting at a Waffle House.
At a commitment hearing for Brown, Dennis Terry testified that:
- Brown brought a weapon to the Waffle House that night;
- He fired shots at several people and struck three of them;
- He fired at least one shot at 20-year-old Christopher Crowder, but did not hit him.
- Police continue to look for a second shooter.
Brown made a brief appearance for a commitment hearing at the Bibb County Law Enforcement Complex Thursday afternoon.
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His lawyer, Veronica Brinson, got to question Terry about evidence in the case. But Magistrate Judge Cedric Leslie returned Brown to the county jail without bond.
Brown is charged with felony murder in Crowder's death and aggravated assault for those wounded in the shooting.