MUSKEGON, Mich- Nearly a month after the deadly shooting at the Elks Charity Lodge in Muskegon, one person has been charged following the incident that night.
On Thursday, a man named Lemarcus Calvin was arraigned on one count of failure to stop at the scene of an accident causing death. Investigators say, on September 22nd, Calvin hit Jalisa Love with his car, then drove off from the scene, leaving her to die. He’s set to be in court again for a preliminary hearing on October 31st.
Love was one of several people shot outside of the Elks Charity Lodge early that morning. She was one of three people to die that day; DuPree Barnes and Jacolby Brown were also killed after being shot.
Since that shooting, the Elks Charity Lodge has lost both its liquor and business license, effectively shutting the place down. An appeals hearing will be held in the next week, regarding the decision about the Lodge’s business license.
So far, nobody has been charged with the actual shooting at the Elks Charity Lodge. Investigators are still looking for information in the case. If you know anything, call police or Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME.