Three people have been charged in connection with a carjacking and armed robbery in Dearborn that resulted in shots fired towards a police officer.
Kimani Waiters, 22, Donte Davis, 26 and Marquette Jones, 25, have been charged.
On June 20, it is alleged that the three suspects committed an armed robbery and carjacking of a 32-year-old man at Williamson and Henn Streets in Dearborn.
Waiters allegedly drove the carjacked vehicle away, while Davis and Jones drove away in another vehicle.
A Dearborn officer received information about the stolen car and attempted to stop it at Williamson and Henn Streets in Dearborn.
It is alleged that Waiters drove the car towards the officer and fired three to four shots through the windshield at him. The officer returned one shot.
Neither the officer nor Waiters were hit or injured. Waiters drove away on Henn where he encountered another Dearborn police car that collided with the car Waiters was driving.
Waiters ran away from the car and was later arrested by the Dearborn officers while he was seen walking in an area near the carjacking.
Officials say investigation led to the arrest of Davis and Jones.
Waiters, Davis and Jones have all been charged with Carjacking and Armed Robbery. Waiters has also been charged with Assault with Intent to Commit Murder, Carrying a Dangerous Weapon, Resisting and Obstructing Arrest, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Felony Firearm.
Davis has also been charged with Carrying a Dangerous Weapon, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Felony Firearm Second Offense.