19-year-old Marvin Iniguez appeared before a judge in court for the second time since an incident over the weekend in which according to deputies drunkenly threatened his neighbors with a shotgun.
The state of Arizona has filed a total of 10 charges against Iniguez, including five counts of aggravated assault and four counts of endangerment.
He is also charged with one count of disorderly conduct.
The charges stem from a disturbance call received by the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office last Saturday.
Deputies responded to the area of 15th Place and Alamo Drive, where witnesses said Iniguez had already fired off two shots from a shotgun and was threatening those around him.
The teenager is being held on $183,000 bond, and the court has entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf.
Iniguez has also been appointed a public defender to represent him at future court appearances.