On October 20, 2021, at approximately 10:37 p.m., Champaign Police responded to the 200 block of Kenwood Road for the report of a shooting with injuries. Upon arrival, officers located Acarrie Ingram-Triner, 19, of Champaign, with a life-threatening gunshot wound to her lower neck. Champaign Police and Champaign Fire rendered medical aid until Ms. Ingram-Triner was transported to Carle Foundation Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.
The investigation indicates a dispute occurred in the courtyard area of 204 Kenwood Road, Champaign Park Apartments, that led to the Ms. Ingram-Triner being shot by Arieana Colbert. Quincy Hayes, who was present during the shooting, provided false information about the incident to investigating officers and detectives.
On October 22, 2021, the Champaign County State’s Attorney’s Office issued a warrant for Arieana F. Colbert for the offense of Murder. On the same date, an arrest warrant for the offense of Obstructing Justice was issued for Quincy A. Hayes. Bond on the warrant for Colbert is $1,000,000 and bond on the warrant for Hayes is $100,000. On December 8, 2021, the United States Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested Arieana F. Colbert, 21, of Champaign, and Quincy A. Hayes, 27, of Champaign in Chicago, Illinois.
Both Colbert and Hayes were extradited from the Cook County Jail on December 21, 2021 and are currently in custody at the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office Satellite Jail awaiting further court proceedings.
The Champaign Police Department would like to thank the community and the Champaign County State’s Attorney’s Office for its assistance during this investigation.
Although two arrests have been made in this case, the investigation is ongoing. Champaign Police ask that anyone who has additional information to please contact police at 217-351-4545. Arrangements can be made for information to be shared privately. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous may also submit tips to Crime Stoppers by phone at: 217-373-8477 (TIPS); online at 373tips.com; or the “P3 Tips” mobile app.
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Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for this crime.