The second of two men convicted in the fatal shooting of an anti-crime advocate and Detroit nightclub bouncer has been sentenced.
One of two men convicted in the fatal shooting of an anti-crime advocate and Detroit nightclub bouncer will spend the rest of his life in prison.
The 39-year-old bouncer had kicked a man out of the club for hitting a woman shortly before the June 2012 shooting.
The jury brought back a not guilty verdict in a nightclub stabbing death.
A 20-year old Detroit man accused of killing a beloved bouncer at a Downtown Detroit Nightclub is charged a second time for the same crime.
“It seems to me this should be looked at for the potential of there being a show cause hearing to demonstrate why it shouldn’t be shut down because it’s a nuisance to the community,” Cockrel said.
Police won’t confirm it, but WWJ’s Kathryn Larson spoke with a witness who captured video of a shooting at Detroit’s Club Pandemonium.
Detroit police say they’ve arrested a man accused of fatally stabbed a bouncer who was ejecting him from Club Pandemonium.
Family members say 40-year-old Lou Ferrin was trying to remove a customer from Club Pandemonium when he was stabbed in the neck.