The suspect wanted for a shooting that occurred in Downtown Port Huron in November has been arrested and arraigned on multiple charges. According to the Port Huron Police Department, 30 year old Marcel Lamar Woods from Clinton Township was arraigned Wednesday in St. Clair County District Court on charges stemming from the November 14th shooting in the East Quay Street parking lot. Charges include assault with intent to murder, discharging a firearm at a building and vehicle, and possession of a weapon by a felon, among others. He sustained a gunshot wound the night of the shooting, believed to have been fired by a 23 year Port Huron man who was legally armed and appears to have acted in self-defense. Woods’ bond h as been set at $1 million and is due back in court in front of Judge Mona Armstrong December 14th for a Probable Cause Conference.