Yes, stepped on his foot.
Ethan Crisp, angered that 18-year-old Nathan Beavers was stepping on his toes (its unclear if it was intentional or not), stormed out of the room saying he was going to get a gun. He retrieved a 20-gauge shotgun from a bedroom closet, loaded and fired it at Beavers.
Beavers was treated for minor wounds to his arm and side, while Ethan's Uncle Brandon Fisher was also injured.
Police told WBNS:
"We can't charge a 4-year-old with anything. We'll talk to the prosecutor about possibly charging parents or babysitter."I'm not sure what the babysitter would be charged with. I assume the parents could be charged for not keeping firearms out of the reach of a child. I would wonder if Beavers will seek to sue over the injury.
On the other hand, AP says that Beavers and several other teenagers were babysitting several young children in a mobile home. A makeshift daycare center? Worth looking into.