A Umatilla man is back in the Umatilla County Jail on multiple new charges following his August arrest for a shooting that left two people injured.
The Hermiston Police Department arrested Carsen Dain Rawe, 20, on three charges in late November, including felony riot.
In December, District Attorney Daniel Primus indicted Rawe on six charges including counts of attempted second-degree assault — a felony — toward three people, a felony riot charge, reckless driving and reckless endangering.
On Dec. 4, Rawe pleaded not guilty to all six charges following an indictment.
He is in custody.
According to the Hermiston Police Department, Hugo Madrigal, 18 of Hermiston; Mason Gomez, 20, of Hermiston and a 17 year-old were also arrested following the driving-related incident.
On Aug. 6, Rawe was lodged at the Umatilla County Jail on two counts of second-degree assault and three counts of unlawful use of a weapon in relation to a shooting that occurred at the intersection of West Cherry Avenue and Northwest Second Street.
The court set Rawe’s bail at $100,000 and a family member posted $10,000 to release him on Aug. 22.
Rawe has pre-trial conference hearings for both cases on Dec. 20.