(KATV)-A security guard at the Kum & Go gas station where Adrian Broadway, 15, was taken in a car after being shot, says he tried to help the girl in her final moments.
"I went around to the side and there was a young female lying sideways on another female. It was obvious she had a gunshot wound to the head and there was blood all over the place. The lady asked me she said get her off of me and I said no we're not gonna move her," Chuck Livingston said.
As the security guard at the gas station, Livingston was the first person to respond to their car. He says he ran to get paper towels to push against Broadway's head to absorb the blood. He also tried to calm the teen driver.
"He was a little bit hysterical and I asked him to settle down, it looked like his hand was just mangled with glass and debris and everything," Livingston said. "He said I can't believe it. I can't believe it. He was just upset. You know somebody's got to help her."
Broadway was in a car with a group of teenagers from McCellan High School, when they went over to the house of another student to play a prank, according to police. That's when of Willie Noble, 48, allegedly fired shots at the car.
The principal at McCellan High School said some of the student involved in the incident were back in school today, but Noble's son was not.
"I've met with he and his parents already, so he's anticipated to come back to school this week," Principal Henry Anderson said.
According the affidavit, the teens went to the house earlier in the night and put leaves all over a car in the driveway. Noble told his wife, "Whoever it is, they will be back."
The students did return. Little Rock Police say they located a vehicle with "leaves, eggs, and mayonnaise" in the driveway.
Noble said in the affidavit that he was "not trying to shoot anyone, he was just trying to scare them."
Noble is being charged with five counts of assault, terroristic act and first degree murder. He's being held on $1 million dollars bond.
Livingston said he was saddened to see the teens involved in such a horrific incident.
"It was heart breaking to me. Such a young baby and seeing that happen to her. Something that should never occur to a child," he said.
Livingston said even though the kids were involved in a prank, they should have never faced a shooting.
"The little boy I'm sure he's going to have some issues blaming himself. But he shouldn't. Things happen. It's not their fault," he said.