2 arraigned in court after shootout with state police during traffic stop in Detroit

Published On: Dec 04 2012 12:00:44 PM EST   Updated On: Dec 04 2012 01:25:29 PM EST

Brittany Bernice Pinelton and Clarence Deangelo Williams.

OAK PARK, Mich. -

Two of the four people who fired shots at a state trooper during a traffic stop last week were arraigned in court on Tuesday.

Twenty three year-old Brittany Bernice Pinelton and 22-year-old Clarence Deangelo Williams, both from Detroit, were in court to face multiple charges.

Charges included, assault with the intent to murder and discharging a weapon from a vehicle at police.

The trooper attempted to pull the suspects over in the area of Fenkell and Burgess streets in Detroit.

Police say four people were inside the car.

The driver refused to stop and took off. The trooper gave chase.

During the pursuit suspects inside the car fired multiple rounds from an assault rifle at the trooper.

The state police car was struck once by bullets.

Police say the vehicle stopped and several suspects ran on foot in the area of Grand River Avenue and Stout.

Police say numerous assault rifles were found in the car.

The trooper was not injured during the chase and did not fire back at the suspects.

Police have issued warrants for the two other suspects still at large.

Cash bond was set at $1 million for Williams and $ 500,000 for Pinelton.

The preliminary exam for both is set for Dec.14th.

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