2 men face combined 18 felonies in Detroit gas station triple-shooting
Detroit — Two men face a combined 18 felony charges in a gas station triple shooting last week on Detroit's west side, the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office announced Wednesday.
Police say at about 6 p.m. on July 21, three men, ages 20, 24, and 26, were sitting in a silver Ford Fusion at a BP gas station on the 24700 block of West Seven Mile. That's east of Grand River.
The three men exchanged words with two other men.
One of the men pulled a gun and fired shots into the Fusion, wounding all three victims.
The shooters then fled in a silver Kia minivan, police say.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged two men in the case.
Damario Jackson, 20, faces 15 felonies: seven counts of felony firearm, three counts of assault with intent to murder, three counts of assault with intent to do great bodily harm, one count carrying a concealed weapon, and one count carrying a firearm with unlawful intent.
36th District Magistrate Malaika Ramsey-Heath handled his arraignment on Tuesday, the prosecutor's office said. Court records do not yet show its outcome, but Wayne County Jail records show Jackson jailed on a $750,000 bond. He's due Aug. 10 for a probable cause conference and Aug.17 for a preliminary exam before Judge
Derrick Lamarr Jackson, 37, faces three felony charges: carrying a concealed weapon, felony firearm, and being a felon in possession of a weapon.
36th District Court records do not say when Jackson's arraignment will take place.