Suspect named, arraigned in gas station shooting
Authorities have named a suspect arrested in a weekend Grand Rapids shooting that left one in critical condition.
The Grand Rapids Police Department says 68-year-old Jose Quintino was arraigned Wednesday in district court on three felony charges related to the weekend shooting at a Grand Rapids gas station.
Quintino is charged with assault with intent to murder, carrying of a concealed weapon and possession of a weapon by a felon.
Police say the 68-year-old male is also charged as being a third-time habitual offender.
He turned himself in on Tuesday to police headquarters.
The incident occurred on Saturday afternoon at a Marathon gas station on Franklin St. SW.
Police say Quintino allegedly shot a 24-year-old male victim in the chest in the parking lot after a verbal argument inside of the store.
Quintino’s bond was set at $500,000.
A preliminary examination is scheduled at the end of this month.