RACINE — The man charged in connection to a 2020 fatal shooting at a biker club was found not guilty Tuesday in Racine County Circuit Court.
Donley M. Carey, 37, was acquitted of intentional first-degree homicide in the Feb. 25, 2020, shooting death of DeMarcus Anderson, 28, at the Sin City Biker Club at the southeast corner of Ninth Street and South Memorial Drive.
Carey was also found not guilty of being an ex-felon in possession of a firearm.
In his own defense
The defendant testified on Monday that he was not the shooter.
Witnesses said the two men were having a dispute and accusing each other of being “the police” — that is, a snitch or confidential informant.
The case presented by the Racine County District Attorney’s Office was plagued by conflicting testimony from witnesses and questions being raised about the Racine Police Department’s investigation. Efforts by unknown individuals to clean the crime scene also greatly hindered evidence gathering.
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