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Three arrested, charged in connection to Dearborn shooting

Breana Noble
The Detroit News
Dearborn Police Chier Ronald Haddad updated the public on several investigation at a press conference Monday.

Dearborn — Three men have been charged in connection to a shooting and carjacking in Dearborn, police said Monday.

Dearborn police Chief Ronald Haddad said Kimani Waiters, 22, of Highland Park, and Donte Davis, 26, and Marquette Jones, 25, both of Detroit, have been charged with carjacking and armed robbery.

The men allegedly carjacked a vehicle at Donald Street and Ternes from a 32-year-old Dearborn resident. When police located the stolen vehicle, a shootout followed, police said. No one was hit.

Waiters allegedly drove the vehicle toward an officer and fired three or four shots through the windshield. The officer returned one shot. Waiters fled, the vehicle collided with another Dearborn police cruiser. Dearborn officers arrested Waiters.

Other charges against Waiters includes assault with intent to commit murder and felon in possession of a firearm.

The three men were arraigned in 19th District Court. Waiters and Davis, both parole violators, were held in the Wayne County Jail without bond. Bond for Jones was set at $1 million with a GPS tether requirement.

 A probable-cause conference was set for Friday at 9 a.m.