CHARGED: New felony murder charge filed in death of Kenosha man

KENOSHA (WITI) -- 20-year-old Brandon Horak of Kenosha was taken into custody on Wednesday, April 23rd for felony murder. The charge stems from his involvement in the shooting death of 20-year-old Anthony Edwards.

The official charge against Horak is felony murder (in commission of armed robbery) as party to a crime.

Two others, Joseph-Jamal Brantley and Markese Tibbs, are also facing charges in connection to the homicide.

Joseph-Jamal Brantley and Markese Tibbs

22-year-old Brantley faces four charges — including first degree reckless homicide, armed robbery, first degree recklessly endangering safety and carrying a concealed weapon.

19-year-old Markese Tibbs faces three charges — including first degree reckless homicide, armed robbery and first degree recklessly endangering safety.

Kenosha police on April 14th responded to the area of 65th and Sheridan Road for a reported shooting and car crash.

There, they discovered 20-year-old Anthony Edwards of Kenosha dead.

Police say Edwards was driving a car — and ended up driving the car into a home.

Police believe the shooting occurred in the area of 58th Street and 11th Avenue.