A second suspect has been taken into custody for his alleged role in the Dec. 23, 2011 Rolladium skating rink shooting spree in which five people were wounded.
According to the Waterford Township Police Department, Tre-Andis Marquan-Jose Jamison, a 21-year-old Pontiac resident, was arrested without incident on Monday, April 23 by members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Atlanta Field Office in Gwinnett County, Georgia, where he is currently being held on charges of unlawfully fleeing Michigan to avoid prosecution.
A 14-count arrest warrant awaits him in Oakland County on charges including assault with intent to murder; possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony; carrying concealed weapons; and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.
Robert Lee German, the 18-year-old Pontiac man who is the third and final suspect in the Rolladium shooting, remains at large.
Township police investigators have been working with a variety of law enforcement agencies, including the Oakland County Gang Task Force, Oakland County Fugitive Apprehension Team, and the FBI’s Detroit Field Office, following up on “the hundreds of tips generated by the public” in the months following the shooting that took place at 4475 Highland Road in Waterford at around 2 a.m., two days before Christmas.
The Rolladium skating rink was being used for a private pre-Christmas skating party when three men — allegedly Jamison, German and Cheyenne Benjamin Ingram, a 17-year-old Pontiac resident with a history of gun and drug charges who is now on trial for the crime — entered the rink and began spraying gunfire from the snack bar area out onto the skating floor.
Five people were struck by gunfire: A 20-year-old White Lake Township woman; and a 20-year-old woman, a 21-year-old man, a 23-year-old woman, and a 20-year-old, all from Pontiac.
No one was killed.
During the investigation, police discovered that the shooting allegedly stemmed from a dispute between two rival Pontiac gangs, the Goon Squad and 1st Enfantry.
Ingram’s trial date has been rescheduled for May 21 in Oakland County Circuit Court.
German is considered armed and dangerous and will face charges that parallel those facing Ingram and Jamison.
Should anyone have information on his whereabouts, immediately contact the Waterford Police Department at 248-618-7550.