Charges have been upgraded in a fatal gas station shooting.
A grand jury has indicted 45-year-old Michael Dunn on five charges in total, including first degree murder for the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis the day after Thanksgiving.
The teen and his friends were at a Jacksonville gas station on the Southside when Dunn told them to turn their music down. Investigators say Dunn opened fire when his request was ignored.
The additional charges include three counts of attempted murder and shooting or throwing deadly missiles. If convicted he'll face life in prison.
In a related story, a state law making it illegal to blast loud music from a car stereo has just been declared unconstitutional by The Florida Supreme Court. The court ruled in a pair of Pinellas County cases where motorists were cited for playing their car radios too loudly.