Man charged with little one molestation in Warren Police Station car parking zone

WARREN, me. – A man involved in a custody swap has been charged in connection with a shooting in the parking lot of a Warren police station, officials said.

Police said the shooting occurred around 4:40 p.m. on Saturday, September 18, in the South Station parking lot of the Warren Police Department Civic Center near the intersection of Nine Mile Road and Van Dyke Avenue.

According to the authorities, two groups of people met at the police station to exchange custody of a child.

At some point during the exchange, Warren Ndjipa, 23, shot a 26-year-old man in the face, Warren police said.

Authorities took the 26-year-old man to a nearby hospital. He is in critical condition but is expected to survive, police said.


Ndjipa was arrested on Saturday. On Monday he was charged with double assault with intent to murder, one assault with a dangerous weapon and three offenses with firearms.

Ndjipa was tried in the 37th District Court on Monday. He is being held in lieu of a $ 500,000 bond, cash / bond, and must wear a GPS tether when released.

The next court date is for September 28th.

Warren Ndjipa (Warren Police Department)

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