KENOSHA, WI (WLIP)–A Zion man is charged with attempted first degree homicide in the shooting that left three people injured in Kenosha early Saturday.
It happened outside of a bar on Roosevelt Road near 23rd Avenue.
According to the criminal complaint against Damon Blakey, a group of people were celebrating a birthday when an argument started between two brothers.
Blakey allegedly got involved on one of the brothers’ behalf and fired shots that hit the other brother.
He suffered three non-life threatening wounds.
The defendant’s girlfriend was also hit by the spray of bullets.
She was wounded in both the left hip and upper right shoulder and was in critical condition.
A third person-the sister of the second victim was also hit.
She was treated and released.
Besides the attempted homicide charges, Blakey is also charged with three other felonies including possession of a firearm by a felon.
He’s being held on a half million dollar bond and is due in court next week.