(MOBILE, Ala.) - The case against a man charged with gunning down a mother of two back in July will head to a Grand Jury.
Pat Brown is the accused driver of the getaway car in the Wendy Fisher murder case.
A preliminary hearing was held Tuesday morning at Government Plaza.
Police say Brown was driving the car when Wendy Fisher was shot to death on Racine Avenue. Brown is charged with murder.
"No one says, co-defendants nor people at the scene say that he ever got out of the truck, I mean out of the car. At most, if he's there at most he's the driver," says Jason Darley, Pat Brown's defense attorney. "If he's not there, well that's an issue to be solved later pending on cell phone records."
Wendy Fisher's parents, Butch and Carol Fisher, were also at today's hearing.
"I feel like we lost our daughter, and he was part of it, in the car. I just want justice served," said Carol.
Police say 17-year-old Trayon Washington was the person who actually shot Fisher.
He is also charged with murder.