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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) - A judge granted bond for the teenager accused of shooting a girl at a West End house party earlier this month in Henrico. Marcus Moore, 19,  was granted a $20,000 bond and ordered to be monitored electronically

Moore, who turned himself in to police last week, is charged Aggravated Malicious Wounding and Use of a Firearm In Commission Of Felony.

Moore is accused of shooting a girl in the head at a house party in Henrico on Sept. 1. The girl survived the shooting. Due to the age of the victim, CBS 6 is waiting for police or her family to release her name before we publish the name given to us by friends and witnesses.

Supporters of Marcus Moore pray outside Henrico court (PHOTO: Jack Rusak)

Supporters of Marcus Moore pray outside Henrico court (PHOTO: Jack Rusak)

A group of Moore's friends and family members wore t-shirts and prayed outside of court before Monday's scheduled bond hearing. That hearing was continued to Tuesday morning.

"This is a case of being at the wrong place at the wrong time," said Moore's mother Germaine Raines on Monday. "Marcus is not a criminal. He's not that type of a kid. You've got to pick and choose your friends. You've got to know your surroundings."