Ausby, meanwhile, is struggling to get through high school, failing to appear at times, according to court testimony.
"I was fighting," he said, then something else the judge couldn't hear.
"I know that you're crying and you're upset," she said, "but I need you to speak as loudly as you can."
He said he was walking, when he "got approached by two guys. ... They was driving, they was just looking at me wrong," he said, fading out.
The people in the car, "said what I was doing around here" and "I ain't supposed to be around here," Ausby said. Wiggins implied that there had been a similar incident the day before, as Ausby headed home from basketball practice. "'You're the guy from Park Heights,'" the people in the car allegedly said.
They surrounded him, and started fighting, Ausby said. His head was bleeding, and someone had a knee in his back. Eventually, others came and Ausby was allowed to call 911, telling the operator that "Jews in a red car... cracked me upside my head."
The judge broke for lunch, and Ausby was uncooperative when court resumed, sitting silently as Wiggins asked him questions, refusing to answer, and eventually announcing that he didn't want to be there.
He was led from the court by sheriff's deputies shortly afterward.