FOND DU LAC, Wis. (WFRV) An update on last month's tragic motorcycle crash in Fond du Lac County that left two Michigan men dead and several injured: the man responsible, 25 year-old Clinton Lovelace will stand trial on several charges including reckless homicide.
Lovelace will likely face even more charges once toxicology reports come back. There was testimony this afternoon about finding two syringes in Lovelace's pockets. A sheriff's deputy says he found LSD in his car. Lovelace denies those allegations in the criminal complaint. He says he isn't sure how they got in his pocket. But if it's true the drugs would be a direct violation of his probation, which stems from another case earlier this year.
Several people left as officers recalled seeing the accident scene for the first time. As a sign of solidarity in the courtroom, more than 60 bikers from a group called ABATE came from all across the state. They are a motorcycle rights group and a member called this crash an act of "pure evil."
Lovelace's attorney did not make herself available for comment. Prosecutors say they have 30 days since the 2nd death to press additional charges.