Man Accused Of Shooting At Police Arraigned On More Charges
Arraignment took place Wednesday for a Battle Creek man accused of shooting at two police officers over the weekend.
The Battle Creek Enquirer reports that on Wendesday, 47-year-old Trent Davis was charged with assault with intent to murder, fleeing from police, and weapons charges among others, joining others he was charged with on Monday including home invasion.
The incident took place Saturday night into Sunday, where police say he broke into an ex-girlfriend’s house in Marshall and stole two guns. A short time later his vehicle was spotted in Battle Creek, and Davis allegedly exited his vehicle at Van Buren and Elm and began shooting a rifle at officers. Police returned fire, striking Davis in the face, hip, and arm; no officers were injured.
Trent Davis could get life in prison if he’s convicted of all charges.