CHAMBERSBURG, Pa.—Marquez said he was next to Campos-Olguin when he was shot.
“I saw it. I went to help my friend and he told me to call an ambulance,” Marquez said.
During cross examination, Varner’s attorney Michael Palermo Jr., Camp Hill, Pa., asked Marquez El Gallo’s identity.
“I don’t know,” he said.
Herrera was called to the stand and said he was in the bedroom with the victim when Varner and Shauf came into the room.
He said Varner pointed a short, black gun at him.
“He wanted the money that he owed him (El Gallo),” said Herrera. “They kept naming him.”
Herrara said Shauf pointed the gun up but Varner fired the second shot.
Hugo was in the bathroom by the toilet, Herrara said.
Chambersburg police detective Scott Mummert was the final witness during the two-and-a-half hour hearing.
“Upon reaching the second floor, we found the deceased (Campos-Olguin) face down in the bathtub. He was bent over face down in the bathtub,” Mummert said.
Mummert said the victim was shot on the left side of his neck and there was a bump on the right side of his neck indicating a slug.
A .410 gauge slug was recovered in the ceiling area that Mummert said was sent for analysis.
During a search of Shauf’s trailer on Sollenberger Road on Oct. 23, Remington .410 gauge slugs were found in the console area of his pickup truck, Mummert said.
During a search of the the second suspect, Varner’s home on McKinley Street, Mummert said the following were found: a .22 Magnum Revolver with a brown holster, a .410 single action shotgun called a snake charmer (shotgun) and spent .410 shotgun casings and four live rounds.
Mummert said he was present during the autopsy on Campos-Olguin and it appeared to be a .22 caliber projectile from the victim’s neck which will be sent for analysis.
While Varner’s defense team of Eric Weisbrod, Chambersburg, and Palermo argued that several of the charges, including terroristic threats be dropped, the only charge Manns dropped was terroristic threats.
An arraignment hearing is scheduled for Dec. 19 at 1 p.m before Franklin County Judge Carol Van Horn.
Shauf’s preliminary hearing scheduled today at 1 p.m. has been continued for the second time. No new date has been determined.
Both Varner and Shauf remain in Franklin County Jail. Bail has been denied for both.