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3 Suspects Charged In Carjacking, Police Shooting

June 23, 2018 - 12:37 pm

DEARBORN (WWJ) - Three men are facing charges after a night of crime that included a carjacking, armed robbery, and shooting at police.

Kimani Waiters, 22, Donte Davis, 26, and Marquette Jones, 25 were charged Friday with multiple offenses in connection with an incident that occurred Wednesday in Dearborn. 

Police say the suspects first committed an armed robbery and carjacked a 32-year-old man in the area of Hemlock and Ternes streets. Waiters is alleged to have driven the stolen vehicle away, while Davis and Jones drove away in another vehicle.

Police were notified about the carjacking and attempted to stop the vehicle at Williamson and Henn streets, where it's alleged that Waiters drove the vehicle towards officer and fired three to four shots through the windshield. The officer returned one shot. No one was struck by the gunfire. 

Waiters then drove away on Henn Street when he was involved in a collision with another Dearborn police vehicle. Police say Waiters fled from the car on foot and was later arrested by officers while walking in an area near the carjacking. Follow up investigation led to the arrest of Davis and Jones, according to police. 

Waiters, Davis and Jones have all been charged with carjacking and armed robbery.

Waiters is also charged with assault with intent to commit murder, carrying a dangerous weapon, resisting and obstructing arrest, felon in possession of a firearm and felony firearm.

Davis is also charged with carrying a dangerous weapon, felon in possession of a firearm and felony firearm second offense.

Waiters and Davis were remanded to jail while Jones received a $1 million bond. All three are due back in court for a probable cause conference June 29 and a preliminary exam July 6.