Suspect charged in shootings that occured outside a Pontiac party store on the Fourth of July

PONTIAC, Mich. (WXYZ) - The Oakland County Prosecutor's Office has charged the suspect in the shootings at the Perry Palace Party Store with a long list of offenses.

Robert Marion Naylor has been charged with one count of 2nd Degree Murder, 5 counts of Attempted Murder, 7 counts of Felony Firearm 3rd Offense and one count of Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

He has been arraigned on the charges and is being held in the Oakland County Jail without bond.

Naylor is accused of firing into the crowd that had gathered to watch the fireworks at the Perry Palace Party Store on Thursday night. Thirty-three-year-old Wilfred Lee Donaldson was shot in the head and killed. His two children were among the six people injured.

Officials say Naylor has an extensive criminal history, including domestic violence convictions and weapons violations. He is due back in court next week.

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