Two men on trial for their alleged roles in the Rolladium skating rink shooting in Waterford Township last December have been convicted of assault with intent to commit murder.
Both Cheyenne Ingram, 18, and Tre-Andis Marquan-Jose Jamison, 22, faced 14 charges, including assault with intent to commit murder; possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony; carrying concealed weapons; and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.
According to Oakland County Circuit Court Judge James Alexander’s staff, Jamison was convicted on all 14 counts. Ingram was found not guilty of the felony firearms charge, but found guilty on all other counts.
Sentencing will be handed down for Jamison on Sept. 5, and on Sept. 12 for Ingram.
The shooting occurred during a pre-Christmas skating party at the Rolladium, located at 4475 Highland Road, at around 1:44 a.m. on Dec. 23.
Three black male suspects, including Jamison and Ingram, reportedly entered the building and fired handguns from the snack bar area out onto the skating floor area. Five people were struck, but no one sustained fatal injuries.
During the investigation, police discovered that the shooting stemmed from two rival gangs out of Pontiac, one known as the Goon Squad and the other as 1st Enfantry.
The third shooting suspect, Robert Lee German, an 18-year-old Pontiac resident, is still at large but has been charged with the same crimes as Jamison and Ingram.