2 Detroit men found guilty for shooting death at Ecorse after-hours
Johnny Lerue Davis Jr., Andrew Lee Ursery found guilty for 2012 shooting that killed 1, injured 2 on 13th street
The two men charged with firing numerous shots outside an Ecorse after-hours club, killing a 22-year-old woman, have been found guilty of second degree murder.
Johnny Lerue Davis Jr., 20, and Andrew Lee Ursery, 18, both of Detroit, were found guilty Wednesday for the 2012 shooting that took place October 7, on 13th street in Ecorse.
Chanel Weddington was killed during the shooting and two others were injured after a fight broke out inside the club.
Police said Davis and Ursery fired more than 35 rounds at the building.
Ecorse Council member Stacy Wheeler owns the building that housed the illegal club. Police say she was inside when the fight broke out.
Watch: Ecorse councilwoman connected to illegal after-hours club
Both men will remain in jail until sentencing on May 5th.
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