He’s one of the youngest fugitives ever to reach the top of the U.S. Marshals Most Wanted list.
It’s a feud that’s already led to two people being shot and put dozens of others in danger. The Marshals say Dominique Roberson is one of their most dangerous fugitives and they need your help to catch him.
“No regard for who’s inside, I don’t even know what they’re shooting at, they’re just spraying rounds down range, hits two people who were not the target,” Deputy U.S. Marshal Aaron Garcia said.
Two people were shot at the bullet-riddled home in Pontiac - all over a feud police say started on Facebook.
“Roberson and Parker pull up to the house and they just start opening fire,” Garcia said.
The U.S. Marshals say Quintin Parker and Dominique Roberson started shooting into a crowded home last month.
Parker turned himself in shortly after the shooting, Roberson is still on the run and the home was targeted again shortly after.
“On March 16th the same exact house gets shot up again - nobody’s been charged in that case yet, but the same exact MO.” Garcia said. “Drive by shooting, rounds go down range, they strike the exact same house, not only that house, it also hits the neighbor.”
No one has been charged in that shooting that put two small children’s lives at risk.
“They shot through the wall and there’s two children asleep in the bedroom, it goes through the wall and it just misses the kids three feet over their heads while they’re asleep - these stray rounds come down range and just miss the children,” Garcia said.
That sent Roberson to the top of the U.S. Marshals Most Wanted list.
“Somebody’s going to get killed in this case,” Garcia said. “Extremely violent, violent young man.”
Dominique Roberson is 18-years-old he’s 5’11” and 165 pounds believed to be in the Detroit or Pontiac area.
“This guy’s known to hang out in the Newman Housing Complex which is a gang infested area in Pontiac,” Garcia said.
Roberson is considered armed and dangers. If you know where he is there is a cash reward. You can call the U.S. Marshals anytime at (313) 234-5656 and remain anonymous.