In Friday's probable cause hearing, the judge noted that the suspect, who was charged with aggravated assault, "has a substantial juvenile history," KTRK reported.
According to deputies, the suspect went to the parking lot, allegedly to sell marijuana to the victim, who is an 11th grader. When there was a disagreement and the victim “grabbed a small bag” and ran away, the suspect fired multiple shots, the television station reported.
Gonzalez confirmed that the suspect, who is currentkly posted on SnapChat, bragging about the incident and mocking police, KTRK reported.
"Cops fixing to come raid my house, they outside right now. All my homeboys, keep it down. I'm going to be locked up for like 20 years, a few years,” the teen said in the videos, according to the television station.