FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Kameron Joyner is facing five counts of aggravated battery for a thanksgiving shooting where three people died.
Monday, a judge set Joyner's bail at $250,000 bond.
Three people are dead after what police describe as robbery gone wrong.
Joevonn Johnson, 21, Colton Messmer, 20, and Tracey Andrews, 21, died in the shooting Thursday in the 6100 block of Downingtown Drive.
Two others were critically hurt.
Court documents show witnesses told police Kameron Joyner and Gerald Pinkston showed up to the house.
Documents state Messmer was a marijuana dealer.
A few minutes later, witnesses heard gun shots and people yelling.
Records show several witnesses picked Joyner and Pinkston out of several pictures, saying Joyner didn't pull the trigger.
Police then went to Pinkston's home and saw several people leave.
Documents show police pulled the car over near Clinton and Rudisill.
Joyner was arrested without incident.
During the stop, his brother Korey Joyner was arrested after ignoring officer's orders to stay back.
Court records show Korey Joyner slapped the officer.
Police are still searching for Pinkston. He is considered armed and dangerous.
If you know where his, call 911.
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