CHESTERFIELD TWP, Mich. (FOX 2) - A 38-year-old man could spend the rest of his life in prison after police said he opened fire outside Rosie O'Grady's in Chesterfield Township.
Jason Lamar Jennings was arraigned Wednesday on one count of felony firearm and one count of assault with intent to murder, punishable by life in prison.
Chesterfield Township Police were called to Rosie O'Grady's on 23 Mile around 1 a.m. Monday and found a 20-year-old man bleeding from his face. The man suffered minor injuries and was treated and released at the scene.
Jennings was identified as the suspect but was gone when police arrived.
Police say the gunfire started after a fight broke out inside the pub. Jennings and the victim were pushing and shoving each other as they made their way outside. The fight continuing in the parking lot but when the young man started towards his car to drive away, police said Jennings shot at him.
The shot shattered the back window of the car, with bullet or glass fragments cutting the man's face.
Jennings was caught later on Christmas Eve thanks thanks to witnesses, credit card receipts and video surveillance.
Jennings was ordered held on a $100,000 cash bond. Should he make bond, he was ordered not to leave the state, possess weapons or contact the young man in any way.
He faces life in prison if convicted and is due back in court on January 2.