BRYAN -- It's been two days since a Bryan man was found unconscious in his apartment with a possible gunshot wound to the head and police are still investigating the case as a homicide.
To get a better idea of what may have happened Sunday night, Lauren Holman went back to the scene of the crime today to speak with the two men who found the victim bleeding to death inside his home.
Mathew Dennis had just gotten home from his girlfriend's house around 11:00 Sunday night when he noticed something out of the ordinary.
"I saw from whenever I turned in that his door was wide open and I was like, 'Huh that's weird'" said Dennis.
So he called his neighbor, Ryan Bremer, for help because he was scared 19-year-old Trevor Williams was in trouble.
"There was blood everywhere and when I first walked in I just froze," said Bremer. "I mean I couldn't even move."
The two of them found Williams fighting for his life on the floor of his apartment with an apparent gunshot wound to the head.
Bremer says it's a scene he'll never forget.
"It all seemed like a bad dream. You never expect to see it and I just don't have words."
Williams didn't survive and was taken off life support Monday afternoon.
Dennis says, "All I keep thinking about is I can't believe he's gone."
Police tell us they do not have any suspects yet and they're still trying to find a reason why Williams was killed.
And until they get answers -- residents at April Court Townhomes are terrified.
"You know until we can find some more answers or who did this, I'm just going to head back to my home town," said Bremer. "At least for the rest of this week."
A visitation will be held Thursday night from 6-8 p.m.. at Hillier Funeral Home on 29th Street in Bryan.
Williams will be laid to rest this Friday at the Aggie Field of Honor in College Station at 3:00 p.m..