[Ed. – Something tells us that stricter gun control laws would not have prevented this crime.]
A man testified in a Saginaw [Mich.] courtroom Thursday that as he drove to work early one morning on Saginaw’s West Side, he collided with a car that had run a red light. When the car took off, the man said he pursued it, only to be fired upon by one of the car’s passengers.
Prosecutors have now charged one person who recently turned 16 with four criminal charges in connection with the hit-and-run-turned shooting. The man prosecutors believe pulled the trigger, though, remains at large.
Rayshon J. Macon is charged in Saginaw County District Court with two counts of felony firearm and single counts of assault with intent to murder and discharging a firearm from a motor vehicle.
The morning of Thursday, Jan. 10, Macon appeared for a preliminary examination before Saginaw County District Judge Terry L. Clark. The hearing began with Saginaw County Assistant Prosecutor Shellbe A. Sanborn calling Nathan Bourbina to the witness stand.