GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4)- Two teenagers from the Western Slope are accused in a shooting spree that lasted for several days.
According to Associated Press reports, one of the suspects told police he shot a man because he wanted to see him die.
Aaron Plotner of Grand Junction and Darian Kintz of Clifton, both 18 years old, are facing at least seven charges each, including attempted first degree murder.
They’re accused of shooting Matthew Daly on Thursday night in Clifton as part of a shooting spree that lasted several days. Daly told a judge he was shot in the shoulder as he walked home.
Plotner told investigators that he didn’t know if the man he shot died but wanted to stay and watch to see if he died.
Plotner is being held on a $1 million bond and Kintz has a $750,000 bond.
The pair are accused of shooting into an occupied home twice. A man inside that home was cut on his face and hand. Four other people were in the home at the time, including a 4-year-old child.