Cape Girardeau police arrested a man Monday morning suspected of firing shots during two incidents Nov. 13. The Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged 18-year old Christopher Don’ta Hawkins, of Cape Girardeau with conspiracy to commit robbery, first-degree attempted robbery and two counts of armed criminal action. His bond was set at $100,000, cash or surety. Witnesses, including two of Hawkins’ accomplices, identified him as shooting at Leslie Williams on Independence St. and on William St. Williams was hit in the left hand when he exchanged gunfire with Hawkins at 2109 William St. One of Hawkins’ accomplices, 20-year old Jermonte M. Lawrence, of Cape Girardeau was shot in the upper right leg. A probable cause statement says Hawkins, Lawrence and three other people were part of two schemes to rob Williams of marijuana. Lawrence and Ellen Rose Wilfong, of Farmington have been arrested and charged with first-degree attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery and armed criminal action. 18-year old Madison Hunt, of Oak Ridge and 17-year old Lorenzo Malike Flagg, of Jackson face the same charges but were still at large Monday.