DETROIT (WWJ) - Two Detroit men, and an alleged accomplice from Redford, have been charged in connection with shots fired at federal agents with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
According to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, two a ATF agents were in Detroit -- in the area of Morang Ave., near Morss and I-94 -- Monday afternoon, when the the trio sped by in a car with a shattered rear window.
The agents followed the vehicle until it pulled up to a house and a man got out, armed with a gun. The agents called Detroit police dispatch before following the car to another location, at Cedargrove and Queen streets, where prosecutors say another armed man got out and opened fire on the agents. No injuries were reported.
The agents then followed the vehicle from a distance to a third location on Mayfield Street where the two armed men, as well as a woman in the car, were arrested by the Detroit police.
Charged in the case are 21-year-old Kevin Keshawn Young, who is facing two counts of Assault with Intent to Murder, two counts of Felonious Assault, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Carrying a Concealed Weapon in Motor Vehicle and five counts of Felony Firearm; 20-year-old Aaron Marquis Shooks, charged with two counts of Assault with Intent to Murder and two counts Felonious Assault; and 21-year-old Damesha Latay Few, charged with Carrying a Concealed Weapon in Motor Vehicle.
All three are scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon in 36th District Court.