MANCHESTER, Conn. (WTNH) — The man accused of shooting a 15-year-old and running over a 17-year-old on McKee Street Thursday night is out of jail on a $1 million bond.

Manchester police said the teens and a group of friends were walking on Dougherty Street just after 9 p.m. when they were approached by 44-year-old Jamie Garcia.

According to documents obtained at Manchester Superior Court, these friends were at a birthday party in Manchester Thursday night — when they split up into groups to play the game, which is similar to “Tag.”

As they were running around and hiding, these documents reveal that 44-year-old Jamie Garcia came out of his house on Dougherty Street yelling at them.

Police said Garcia fired several rounds at the group as they ran away. One of the kids told police, “He reached in his back pocket and he pulled out a gun. He cocked it back and I heard about 5 shots.”

The 15-year-old was shot multiple times during the incident and taken to the hospital, where police said he is in stable condition.

Court documents go on to say Garcia proceeded to jump into his car and chased down the teens, hitting the 17-year-old, who suffered minor injuries from the incident.

Officers recovered the gun that was used in the shooting and arrested Garcia Thursday night.

He faces charges of first-degree assault, three counts of criminal attempt/first-degree assault, second-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, five counts of risk of injury to a minor, carrying a pistol without a permit, and evading responsibility.

He faced a judge at Manchester Superior Court — and his attorney claims, the 44-year-old thought these teens were burglarizing his home.

“The ring doorbell obviously is attached to his front door. They didn’t have any business being at his front door. Let’s put it that way,” said Garcia’s Attorney, William Gerace.

At his arraignment Friday in Manchester Superior Court, a judge left Garcia’s bond at $1 million, which he posted later in the day.

He’s due back in court on Sept. 7.