Kahlia T. Hiler, 17, is charged with three counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, possession of a firearm by someone adjudicated delinquent for the Dec. 19 incident.
According to court records, there was a party at the Eagles Club that night, and someone saw Hiler arguing with several other people. They all eventually went outside, with Hiler and his friends following the other group, the witness told police.
Once outside, the witness said Hiler pulled out a pistol and fired four or five shots at the people with whom he had been arguing.
He is due in court Jan. 27 for a preliminary hearing.
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