BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A Baton Rouge man was arrested on Sept. 5 in connection to a shooting in June.

According to an affidavit, officers were dispatched to the 3800 block of Greenwell Road in Baton Rouge on June 12 for a reported shooting where two male subjects had approached a group of juveniles. One of the subjects fired off a single round into the group.

Through an investigation, officers found one of the subjects and pursued him into a residence where they located a Ruger pistol in the living room where the subject hid from police. During a search, police found an AR-15 in a game room.

According to an affidavit, marijuana was found on a counter in small bags that were intended to be distributed. The affidavit said police also found an AK-style rifle, Glock pistol, MDMA, suspected crack cocaine and an ID issued to Michael Robinson.

Through further investigation, police developed Robinson as a suspect in the shooting, an affidavit said.

Robinson was booked and charged with:

  • Five counts of aggravated assault with a firearm (felony)
  • One count of illegal carry of weapons; crime or CDS (felony)
  • One count of distribution/possession with the intent to distribute marijuana, or synthetic cannabinoids (felony)
  • One count of distribution/possession with intent to distribute MDMA (felony)
  • One count of distribution/possession with the intent to distribute schedule II CDS (felony)