I didn't post on this back when I first heard about it because I forgot. It also didn't have much on facts back then. Well, it still doesn't but then there is this:
"Defense attorney Jason Huska argued the reckless endangerment charge was unwarranted because he contends Bianco couldn't have known any workers were in the trailers when he fired."
And you've made their point. He couldn't have known which means he DIDN'T know which means he never should have pulled the trigger. Case closed. Bring in the rope and the stool.
Nevermind the fact that none of this scenario should have ever played out in the first place. There are very few scenarios where piling out of your truck firing your handgun in a parking lot is acceptable. Every one I can think of pretty much involve someone already shooting at you.
This is what makes the news. All of you responsible gun owners didn't make the news again today. Sorry.