WAYLAND, Mich. — A 24-year-old Grand Rapids man has been arraigned in connection to shots fired into a home in Wayland earlier this month.
Rodney Sylvester Davis Jr. was arraigned in Allegan County on charges of intentionally discharging a firearm at a dwelling, carrying a firearm during the commission of a felony and aggravated stalking, a news release said Monday.
If convicted, Davis faces up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
The shooting happened Nov. 1 on the 3500 block of Toronto Trail.
Wayland police responded to a report of shots fired into a home.
Officers found several shell casings and several apparent bullet holes in the home.
No one was hit or injured.