The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office Wednesday filed charges against three men and a juvenile male who were arrested in connection with a drive-by shooting at a park Sunday night that injured a juvenile male.John Aguilar, 22, of San Jose, Chrisergs Endonela, 18, of San Jose, Jonryan Somera, 18, of Milpitas, and Roger Seguritan, 17,of Milpitas, were charged with one count of premeditated attempted murder with a criminal street gang enhancement, according to the district attorney’s office. They were also charged with a second count of firing a handgun from an automobile at another person with a criminal street gang enhancement. According to the district attorney’s office, both counts include allegations of great bodily injury and personal use of a handgun. Seguritan is being prosecuted as an adult due to his involvement in this case, according to the district attorney’s office.The four suspects were arrested Sunday night after they led officers on a vehicle and foot pursuit, according to San Jose police.Officers received a report of a shooting around 8:15 p.m. at Happy Hollow Park at 1300 Senter Road.Arriving officers found a male juvenile suffering from a single gunshot wound to his leg, police Sgt. Ronnie Lopez said.He was transported to a hospital with injuries that were not considered life threatening.According to Lopez, officers noticed a vehicle leaving the park at high speed and initiated a stop. The vehicle refused to stop, however, and led police on a pursuit. During the pursuit a subject inside the vehicle threw out a firearm, Lopez said.The vehicle crashed soon after, Lopez said, and the suspects then led officers on a foot pursuit.Police finally caught up with four suspects and took all four into custody. Officers used a Taser on a suspect who resisted arrest, Lopez said.Officers were able to recover the firearm that was thrown out of the vehicle window, Lopez said. Police are investigating the motive behind the shooting.The four defendants will return to court Aug. 17 for a plea entry hearing. Each defendant faces a term of life in prison if found guilty.