GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - An 18-year-old man who has been identified as a suspect in a Kentwood graduation party shooting has been arraigned on one count of perjury.
During a probable cause hearing Friday morning in Grand Rapids District Court, prosecutors said Billie McKinney injured at least three people at the graduation party at a home near Breton Road and 52nd Street Sunday night.
Charges have not yet been filed in the shootings and police are still investigating the case.
Friday afternoon, during his arraignment for the perjury charge, prosecutors said McKinney allegedly lied in court on July 18 under an investigative subpoena.
Prosecutors also said that McKinney's juvenile record showed the teen had been stopped by police 37 times. In two of those stops, he was listed as a suspect in an assault.
McKinney's bond was denied in the perjury charge. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 31.
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