A Mills man charged in the shooting death of his brother is being bound over for trial

A judge has ruled that there is sufficient evidence to move forward with an involuntary manslaughter charge against 23-year-old Aaron Gish.

According to Mills Police, in September Aaron was at home with his brother Ryan, when the gun he was handling discharged.

An autopsy report says the bullet hit Ryan in the wrist, lung, liver and heart.

In an interview with investigators, Aaron said he knew the gun was loaded at the time but was not sure why he squeezed the trigger.

He also said that he had smoked marijuana earlier in the day.

Aaron remains free on $10,000 bond.