Four shootings have taken place at two neighboring homes on Farrington Way since May. The most recent came last night, just before 11.
"I heard like 20 shots outside, then I peeked up to the window right there and you can't really see much in the nighttime. I was hoping everyone was okay," said neighbor Jason Chand.
A bullet was found resting in the front yard. Two brothers, ages 16 and 17-years-old were hit. The 16-year-old was hit in the thigh. He went to school this morning, but returned home in pain.
"It hurts. I don't know, it's the worst pain I ever felt in my life. I've never been shot before. I don't want to get shot again," said the teen.
The 17-year-old was hit twice in the foot and ankle. He's still in the hospital. Police say the teens are gang members. The 16-year-old said his older brother has been shot five times; the last time was in May. He says he's hoping to avoid trouble in the future.
"I just want everyone to figure everything out, so I don't get shot again because it hurts. I don't want it to happen again," said the teen.
Police say the description of last night's shooter matches the description of the person wanted in a shooting at this house next door on Labor Day. His vehicle is described as a silver, newer model Honda.