By Renée Santos

YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) — Two teen boys accused of fatally shooting a 16-year-old girl appeared in court on Monday.

Samantha Farris was shot in the back on a popular trail in West Sacramento after what police say was a drug deal that was initiated over Snapchat.

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In court on Monday, several law enforcement officers testified. It was revealed that surveillance video was taken from the area where this shooting happened, including a nearby gas station. Additionally, the gun detectives believe was used was found in one of the teen suspects’ backpack.

The families of the teen suspects refused to comment.

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CBS13 did speak to Samantha’s grandmother who is still processing what happened.

“We think it was senseless and that’s all we will never get over,” she said.

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One of the teen suspects is expected back in court on Tuesday. The second suspect is expected to be back in court next month.