A man and woman are facing charges after an argument at a Saginaw store led to gunfire.
About1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 52-year-old Kaylen Oehring and 29-year-old Willie Scott Jr. visited Babel Food Market on Webber Street on Saginaw’s East Side, Saginaw Police Det. Sgt. Matthew Gerow said.
Scott got into an argument with another male customer when a third man, who was 30-years-old, entered the store and broke up the disagreement, Gerow said.
Scott and Oehring left the store and followed the 30-year-old man down the street in their vehicle, Gerow said.
According to police, near Webber and Sheridan, Scott fired several shots into the 30-year-old man’s vehicle. The driver of that vehicle took off from the area and then crashed into another vehicle.
The 30-year-old was not hit by any bullets.
Scott and Oehring left the area before officers arrived, police said.
Oehring was later arrested and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail. She was charged with assault with intent to murder.
A warrant was issued for Scott on the same charge and he was located during surveillance on Jan. 10.