GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., (WZZM)-There are new details about a shooting at a Kentwood graduation party that left at least 5 people injured.
Several witnesses testified against the alleged shooter, 18-year old Billie McKinney, during his preliminary hearing.
They described a fight, that led to at least four people being shot, possibly another.
McKinney is charged with attempted murder in the shooting that happened back on July 14, 2013.
Witnesses describe it as a graduation, pool party at a home in Kentwood. They say it was going smoothly, until a group of young men connected to the Bemis Boys gang, showed up.
One witness says he saw McKinney start to take a gun out of his waistband, so he punched McKinney in the mouth.
Another witness, Amy Smith, says she saw McKinney arguing with someone. Moments later, several shots were fired. The woman's friend was hit by a bullet. Smith says, "Initially, she was bleeding from the mouth, but I thought she got punched. That's when she ran to me and said she got shot."
Another witness, Mark Armstrong says, "I got jumped. I turned around and got shot in the stomach." In all, four people were injured, another person had minor injuries, possibly from a bullet. No one was killed.
The judge determined there was enough evidence to sent McKinney to trial for attempted murder.