A teenager accused of a shooting murder on New Year's Eve in Adelaide now faces more charges, including attempted murder of the victim's two friends.
The three mates had said hello to the accused teenager before the gunshots were fired, prosecutor Will Ellis said in the South Australian Youth Court on Wednesday.
All four youths had gone to school together.
The accused teenager, who turned 18 days after the shooting, was charged with murdering Lewis McPherson, 18, and two firearm offences.
Mr McPherson was shot in the chest at suburban Warradale as he walked to a New Year's Eve party.
Mr Ellis said the teenager now also faces two counts of attempted murder and five counts of endangering life.
He said the teenager and a firearm allegedly used to kill Mr McPherson were found on a roof close to the shooting.
The teenager's lawyer Andrew Williams abandoned an application for bail.
Magistrate Phillip Broderick said a home detention report showed the teenager's parents, who were in court, were supporting their son.
"It can only be, for any parent, a nightmare," he said, before the mother broke down.
Mr Ellis said the teenager's family had previously applied for an intervention order against him and it had been due to come before a court later this month.
But the application is to be discontinued.
The shooting charges were adjourned to the same court on March 13.