Jonathan Brown is in jail on a $75,750 bond, charged in the fatal Aug. 29 wreck in which his brother was killed. Sgt. Will Shaw of the Weldon Police Department said Brown, 21, was picked up by the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office late Wednesday afternoon at the courthouse. Officers had been looking for Brown when after his initial arrest he was released on his written promise to appear because of a medical condition sustained in the crash. Nearly two weeks ago more charges were filed against Brown, whose brother, 19-year-old Jeremy Lemuel Harvey of Halifax, was killed. Harvey was buried Sept. 8. Brown was charged with felony death by motor vehicle, felony assault, fail to obey police and firemen, damage to property, resist, delay and obstruct, failure to carry drivers license, failure to stop at stop sign, speeding 65 mph in a 25 mph zone, unsafe speed, failure to decrease speed to avoid an accident and driving on sidewalk. The death by motor vehicle charge reflects Brown, of Weldon, was allegedly impaired at the time his brother was killed, while the assault charge reflects he was allegedly impaired when a passenger, Willie Ray Pittman, was injured in the crash. Resist, delay and obstruct and failure to obey emergency personnel charges reflect Brown ignored their warnings to sit down and kept trying to pick up and shake his brother. Brown already faces charges of DWI, careless and reckless driving, driving while license revoked and driving left of center. Harvey was ejected from the vehicle following the crash, which occurred around 10:27 p.m. at the intersection of Elm and Sixth streets in town. When officers arrived Brown was holding his brother in his arms and crying, apologizing for what he allegedly did. The crash occurred when Brown, along with Harvey and Pittman, were coming back from the county. Brown was allegedly driving the vehicle approximately 65 mph in a 25 mph zone when the vehicle crossed the center line, struck a utility pole with a transformer on it, splitting the pole, and then knocking down a stop sign. The crash knocked power out for a period of time. The vehicle rolled over once, ejecting Harvey and then landed upright. Witnesses told police the engine compartment began smoking and it became engulfed in flames as officers arrived. Brown and Pittman got out of the car safely but Pittman sustained a broken arm, collar bone and had bones broken in his chest.