Defendant ordered from court after guilty verdict in pre-prom sh - WNEM TV 5

Defendant ordered from court after guilty verdict in pre-prom shooting trial

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SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -

The jury delivered a verdict on Friday in the case involving four men accused of killing a teenage girl at a pre-prom gathering.

Isaiah Clark, Evellis McGee and Karon Thomas were found guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Tonquinisha "NeNe" McKinley. The fourth defendant, Keon Bowens, was found not guilty of all charges.

The killing happened on May 24, 2013 at a pre-prom gathering in Saginaw. Three others were wounded in the shooting.

The shooting happened in the parking lot of the Florence Event Hall at Salt and Stewart in Saginaw.

After the verdict was read, Clark yelled expletives at people in the courtroom.

"Excuse me," Judge Borchard said in response.

"(Expletive) you too," Clark said.

Clark was ordered to leave the courtroom and it is possible he will be held in contempt of court.

A pre-sentencing hearing is scheduled for Aug. 13.

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