Investigators said Sebring went to Stephens' home with a Glock handgun and AR-15 rifle and honked his truck horn, prompting Stephens to "sprint" toward him, WFLA reported.
Sebring fired two shots, hitting Stephens in the right thigh and buttocks, police said.
"I took two steps back, pulled my gun. Shot him in the hip and when he ran, I shot him in the butt," Sebring said.
Sebring surrendered to police and has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and carrying a concealed firearm, according to WFLA.
Stephens is expected to recover from his injuries.
Brians was released from jail on $9,500 bond.