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Evidence of drug use to be used against Wisconsin man involved in Muskegon Motorcycle Gang accident

Drug evidence found on 26-year-old Clinton Lovelace of Wisconsin, who allegedly caused the May 31, 2012 crash near Fond du Lac which killed two Muskegon residents and seriously harmed eight others, will be allowed to be used against him for his trial, Fond du Lac County circuit Judge Gary Sharpe ruled on April 10.

Lovelace’s defense attorney earlier petitioned that the syringes and narcotics found in the defendant’s pockets at the hospital where he was brought right after the accident be exempted from the evidence exhibit, a request which was promptly denied.

Charges that face Lovelace at present include two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, three counts of injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle, five counts of second-degree recklessly endangering safety, two counts of bail jumping, and one count of possession of a controlled substance.

Tragically, drivers operating their vehicles under the influence of intoxicants cause innocent people serious harm and even death. Call 800-242-8274 to talk with the lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. if you have endured the tragic loss of a loved one at the hands of such a reckless driver.

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