Posted: 11:17 p.m.
Chris Solis, 23, appeared in court Tuesday to learn the 15 felony charges he faces.
Yuma police arrested Solis monday night, more than three weeks after the attempted murder of a U.S. Marine.
Police said the 30-year-old victim had nothing to do with an argument that began earlier that night between two groups of people at the Mineshaft bar in Yuma.
The group Solis was with followed another group to the parking lot of the El Encanto apartments.
That's when the victim went outside to the apartment parking lot.
"They were armed with a 0.22, one of them with a 0.22 rifle," a prosecutor said in court.
Police said Solis then opened fire, striking the victim first in the back. When the Marine was already down, Solis walked up and shot the victim in the head, according to police.
In court, a prosecutor said the victim was shot in forehead. The round didn't pierce his skull but went down to his eye.
The victim nearly died, and now he has permanent injuries.
Tuesday, the victim was in court, walking on his own. He wore a patch over his eye. He didn't wish to make a statement in court.
Three other suspects arrested Monday morning also face charges including attempted murder. Anthony Solis, 22; Emiliano Solis, 24; and Jose Guzman, 22, are being held on a bond of more than $585,000 each.
Raven Myers, 19, may be charged for lying to investigators and for selling the get-a-way car after the shooting. She was also arrested Monday, and she's being held on a bond of more than $55,000.
Meanwhile, Solis faces five counts of first degree attempted murder, five counts of aggravated assault causing serious physical injury, and five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
He's being held on a $500,000 cash only bond.
Solis will be back in court Thursday, while the other suspects will be back in court Wednesday.