Updated: 10:15 PM MST
Nicolas Amarillas, arrested Saturday night in Yuma, is accused of firing at least 12 rounds from a 9 mm handgun at a man he had been arguing with at a party.
Several witnesses spoke in the San Luis Justice courtroom hearing asking the judge to keep him behind bars. One witness/victim said, "I fear for my life, and for my children, and for the parents that reside at the location of the incident."
At least four female witnesses spoke in courtroom saying they fear for their lives. You could even hear some of the witnesses crying when they spoke.
Amarillas was given warning during the hearing that anything he said could be used against him but this did not stop him as he interrupted witnesses saying "not true" at least twice.
He too pleaded to Judge Lozano saying he has a family, but this is not Amarillas' first run-in with the law.
He is facing a long list of charges, some of chich include aggravated assault with a dealy weapon, criminal damage, and attempted first degree murder.
Judge Lozano set a bond for Amarillas at almost $67,000.