Suspect arrested in Waterford roller rink shooting case

5 people hurt when gunfire rings out Dec. 23

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WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Waterford police said they have arrested one of three suspects who are accused of opening fire in a roller skating rink.

Five people were hurt in the shooting, which happened Dec. 23 at the Rolladium Skating Center.

Police had said they were looking for 17-year-old Cheyenne Ingram, 18-year-old Robert Lee German and 21-year-old Tre-Andis Marquan-Jose Jamison, saying the shooting involved two rival Pontiac gangs -- one known as the "Goon Squad", and the other as "1st Enfantry."

Warrants with charges including assault with intent to murder, conspiracy and firearm possession were issued against all three.

Police said Ingram was arrested early Tuesday morning after the car he was in was pulled over in the area of 14 Mile Road and Interstate 75.

The other two are still on the lam. Police said they should be considered armed and dangerous.

About 290 people were inside the rink, about 25 miles northwest of Detroit, when the shooting occurred at the end of a private, pre-Christmas party.

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