24-year-old suspect arrested, charged with discharge of a weapon at an occupied dwelling, aggravated battery

Wichita, KANSAS – According to the Wichita Police Department, the 24-year-old suspect was arrested and taken into custody on Wednesday.

His name is Tray Robinson and he is now charged with discharge of a weapon at an occupied dwelling and aggravated battery.

The 24-year-old man is being held on $521,200 bond.

The charges stem from a drive-by investigation in Topeka where a home was shot over 80 times and a 1-year-old boy was critically injured.

On Wednesday, authorities received information that the 24-year-old suspect was in Wichita and had active warrants for the drive-by investigation.

The located the suspect at a home in the 300 block of North Estelle and saw that he was armed with a handgun.

Officers were able to communicate with Robinson and he was arrested without incident.

Robinson was also arrested for City of Wichita Warrants, and felon in possession of a firearm.

The responding officers reportedly found multiple handguns, loaded extended magazines, and ammunition.