HAZLETON, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A Luzerne County man is headed for trial in connection to a deadly shooting in Hazleton. 20-year-old Frangel Garcia Andujar is accused of shooting five juveniles at a Hazleton home where 17-year-old Stanley Jimson Jr. was killed.

Dramatic testimony was given on Wednesday at the Luzerne County Courthouse and emotions ran high as Eyewitness News heard from three of the teenage victims, who say they feared for their lives.

Frangel Garcia Andujar said nothing as he was brought to the Luzerne County Courthouse Wednesday morning. He is accused of shooting five teenagers inside a Hazleton home in the early morning hours of Sunday, March 6.

On March 6, Luzerne County 911 received a call that five teenagers were shot. When police arrived they found two juveniles with gunshot wounds. They were told that three other victims were driven to the hospital in private vehicles. 17-year-old Stanley Jimson Jr. died from his injuries.

During a lengthy hearing, Wednesday, three of the victims described what they saw and heard inside the Hazleton home that night. A 16-year-old male testified that there was a large party taking place and trouble erupted.

“I heard an argument then I heard gunshots. I started running out the back door but didn’t make it. I was shot in the leg and passed out,” said the 16-year-old male.

A 17-year-old male victim also told the court, “I heard shots and saw a gunman wearing a ski mask. I was hit in the chest and legs. A friend gave me a ride to the hospital.”

And probably the most dramatic moment of the hearing came during the defense attorney’s cross-examination of a 16-year-old male victim. Who had previously told police that he did not know who shot him. The two shouted at each other and the victim told the lawyer:

“He is the person who shot me right there, my mind is clear now. It was him,” stressed the victim while he was pointing at Frangel Andujar.

Anduar’s attorney tried to have the charges dismissed, telling the judge that none of the victims ever saw Andujar firing the shots and that the gunman was wearing a mask. But prosecutors told the court.

“Yes they connected the dots, all the witnesses said only one person was shooting. The one witness indicated the person shooting had on a gray vest and a black mask. He was then told that was the defendant. He looked him up on Facebook and made the connection that was the person who was shooting,” said James McGonagle-Luzerne County Assistant District Attorney.

The hearing was held at the Luzerne County Courthouse and not at District Judge Joe Zola’s court in Hazleton because of security concerns. In fact, heavily armed Sheriff’s deputies were outside the courthouse as Andujar was being brought in and leaving the court Wednesday afternoon.

Investigators say the shooting may be connected to two factions in the City of Hazleton that took part in a series of drive-by shootings in recent months.

Members of the Jimson and Andujar families were in the courtroom. Jimson’s father broke down several times and cried during the testimony.