Shots were fired at Derbyshire Park in Daytona Beach on Monday night. A video recording of the incident shows people running, as others dropped to the ground for cover.
A call to 911 revealed the panic and fear of those caught in the crossfire. "There's somebody out here shooting! They shooting! They shooting!" shouts one caller. "Oh my God! Oh my freaking... oh my God!" exclaims another.
A total of 14 calls were placed to 911, reporting a least 10 shots fired in a packed public area.
Russell Holloway was there to watch his 9 year old son's football practice. "The first round of gun shots I heard, I literally jumped on top of my child," he said.
There were at least 150 children and 50 adults in the area, according to Police Chief Mike Chitwood who said two teenagers started shooting at each other. "They are punks, that is what they are. No respect for the law, no respect for the neighborhood, no respect for nothing!"
Chitwood said Stephon Shropshire and Ocean Maddox were fighting over a girl. Chitwood said Maddox is a star quarterback at Halifax Academy. "When the kids are on the football field, that's supposed to be a safe haven, teach character and help them get a better life. Then you got these thugs. They are punks!"
A judge refused bond for Shropshire on Tuesday afternoon. His mother was not happy, calling her son the victim.
"What was this all about? Was it over a girl?" she asked. "No!" she answered.
Chitwood is expected to meet with parents Tuesday evening. He said he wants to make sure no kids are too scared to play at the park, and he said he will up the patrols at least until the end of this football season.
Maddox, 19, bonded out of jail, charged with one count of discharging a firearm. Shropshire, 18, is charged with two counts of discharging a firearm, and a violation of probation charge.