WARREN, Mich. – Three people face a series of charges including attempted murder and carjacking after an attack in a Warren gas station.
Prosecutors said they approached and shot a woman multiple times as she was pumping gas, then fled the scene with her car.
Warren police say it was a particularly cold-blooded crime. A high school student is one of the three charged. The three men were arraigned in 37th District Court on Monday afternoon, April 18.
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Javon Lamont Oliver is a senior at Martin Luther King Jr. Senior High School in Detroit. He is accused of having shot once in the abdomen and twice in the leg of a Livonia woman.
Warren Police Executive Lt. David Kriss said the shooting happened quickly and without warning.
“The robbery, there was no verbal threat, no threat with the gun, no attempt to get the keys or the car. They just stopped and started shooting,” Kriss said.
Oliver faces a dozen charges, including assault with intent to murder, carjacking and weapons charges.
He is charged with Michael McCall Jr., 20, of Detroit, who faces seven felonies in the carjacking. He is being held on $750,000 cash bond.
Police say Shakira Johnise-Davnetta Hayes, 27, was the driver and now faces five counts of carjacking.
“I didn’t hurt anyone. Listen, please, please, please give me a chance. Please give me bail and I’ll come to court and do whatever I have to. I will find a job,” Shakira Johnise-Davnetta Hayes said.
She is being held on half a million dollar cash bond. Oliver has a $1 million cash bond.
Prosecutors said in open court that all three suspects admitted to their role in the carjacking.
If they post a deposit, they will have to use GPS tethers.
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