One of the 14 people injured during a shootout in Oakland, California, last month has been charged as one of the gunmen

JaJuan Kelly, 23, was charged with four counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm.

Kelly is one of four suspected shooters identified in court documents. The charges against the California resident come after a June 19 shooting that injured 14 people. Kelly was among those injured. According to court records, law enforcement found the suspected shooter with a loaded gun. 

The shootout happened after a Juneteenth celebration last month. Thousands attended the event, which, although peaceful, was not authorized by the police. As the celebration came to a close on the evening of the 19th, a sideshow involving at least 20 vehicles, including dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles, took over the intersection of Grand and Bellevue avenues. Chaos ensued as two rival groups became violent and a fight broke out between numerous people. 

Oakland police officers respond to a multiple shooting during a Juneteenth celebration near Lake Merritt in Oakland, California. (Ray Chavez /Bay Area News Group via AP)


Records indicated Kelly was on probation for second-degree robbery at the time of his involvement in the shootout. He has a prior conviction for possession of an assault weapon. 

 Investigators have yet to identify all the gunmen involved in the conflict.