Two Paducah brothers accused in an April shooting appeared in McCracken Circuit Court on Thursday morning.
Daiquan Harmon, 25, and Johnny Harmon III, 27, are both charged in relation to the Northside shooting of Dontrel Muhammad on April 26.
Both brothers pleaded not guilty, and Circuit Judge Tony Kitchen set their next hearings for July 18.
Daiquan Harmon is charged with three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and one count each of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun.
Johnny Harmon faces three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.
Paducah police responded to the area of 10th and Grover streets shortly before 3:15 the day of the shooting, and learned that the victim had arrived at a local hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
Witnesses identified Daiquan Harmon as having shot Muhammad and having struck a female in the head with the gun, causing an injury, according to an affidavit attached to an arrest warrant. Witnesses also said Johnny Harmon shot a gun multiple times, and that the bullets struck a house across the street.
An affidavit attached to a search warrant seeking data from a social media account belonging to their sister laid out further details.
According to witnesses, Daiquan Harmon struck the female in the face with a firearm that had an extended magazine attached, then fired a round in the air before handing the gun to his brother, who continued firing in Muhammad's direction.
Police also said a black vehicle was found to have been struck multiple times.
The suspects' sister posted multiple times on Facebook about the incident, including what police said was a video showing the early stages of the altercation that led to the shooting.
She repeatedly posted that her brothers were innocent, and claimed the victim had come into her yard "trying to harm" her.