Warrants issued for 2 in Waterford roller rink shooting

Police looking for Cheyenne Ingram and Robert Lee German

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DETROIT - Arrest warrants have been authorized for two suspects in a shooting that wounded five people in an Oakland County roller skating rink.

Waterford Township police said Saturday in a release that 17-year-old Cheyenne Ingram and 18-year-old Robert Lee German of Pontiac are named in the warrants. Charges include assault with intent to murder, conspiracy and firearm possession.

Police say the Dec. 23 shooting by three men at the Rolladium Skating Center in Waterford Township involved two rival Pontiac gangs -- one known as the "Goon Squad", and the other as "1st Enfantry."

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.

One of the five people wounded also was shot in 2010 in a nightclub by rival gang members.

Police say relatives may be harboring the suspects. The suspects should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Waterford police tip line is 248-674-COPS.

Ingram was arrested and charged in Waterford in October 2011 for gun and drug charges, after fleeing on foot from an officer during traffic stop. He was under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act for the October 2011 case at the time of the Rolladium incident.

The Holmes Youthful Trainee Act allows a judge to place a youth between 17 and 20 who is charged with a crime and who has pleaded guilty to that crime to be placed on probation without a

conviction to avoid a criminal record.

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