Shocking, right? Javontai Ingram was charged with illegal possession of a firearm after a gang-related shootout — with a Hoovers gang member called Nutso, no less — at an apartment building in Moore, at which he suffered head injuries from a gunshot wound and threw his gun into a field after the confrontation, reported NewsOK.com.
could end up in prison for up to 10 years if convicted of the
possession felony since he had been previously convicted of first-degree
murder in the robbery case. According to Oklahoma law, an accomplice in
a robbery can be charged with murder if one of the robbers is killed.
had a warrant out for his arrest after failing to show up to a
probation hearing. In May 2012, he was released from the juvenile
detention center where he was serving his sentence.