- Video shows Samuel Armstrong in a Shawano County courtroom on Wednesday Dec. 6
- Armstrong will not stand trial now that a plea deal has been reached
- He and Tyler Frisch are accused of placing a 55-gallon plastic drum containing gasoline near a bonfire, causing an explosion and hurting several people at a party after a football game near Pulaski
- Armstrong will be in court again on Feb. 5 for the plea hearing
- At least one victim and several family members were present for the hearing Wednesday, which lasted minutes
- NBC 26 asked them for comment, they declined, citing advice from their legal counsel not to speak at the time of the hearing
The teen who prosecutors say threw gas on a bonfire has reached a plea deal.
Now, 18-year-old Samuel Armstrong won't be going to trial after reaching the plea deal with prosecutors. He is facing 13 felony charges in connection to a bonfire explosion.
The fire, which happened in October of last year, injured several people at a party after a football game near Pulaski
Armstrong will be back in court on Feb. 5.