Man accused in deadly shooting at Somers House Tavern held on $4M bond

KENOSHA COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) —  A suspect is now in custody after a lethal weekend shooting at Somers Home Pub in Kenosha County. 3 individuals were eliminated and 3 others seriously injure.

The Kenosha County Constable’s Workplace determined the suspect as 24-year-old Rakayo Alandis Vinson. He is presently being kept in the Kenosha County Prison. Vinson deals with one charge of first-degree deliberate murder, though more charges are anticipated as the examination continues.

Vinson appeared in court through video conference on Monday, April 19. Money bond was set at $4 million and his next court look is set for Wednesday, April 21.

The constable’s workplace stated Vinson was associated with a battle with the 3 departed victims at Somers Home Pub and was ultimately eliminated by the pub’s personnel. Minutes later on, Vinson returned and targeted the victims, apparently shooting them and eliminating them. Cops state Vinson left the scene and made his method to Racine County where he apparently took an automobile from somebody he understood, ultimately brought that automobile back and was detained by Mount Pleasant Cops after they got a call about the taken automobile. Vinson was ultimately turned over to Kenosha County authorities.

Kenosha County Constable David Beth called it a “difficult day” for the neighborhood after experiencing the violence. Beth stated the examination continues and cops might still be trying to find others included.

“We are not ruling out that other people may have been a distant part of this,” Beth informed press reporters. “I feel confident that we have our suspect that did the shooting. Could someone have given him a ride? That page hasn’t been closed yet.”

The 3 departed victims were determined as 22-year-old Kevin Donaldson, 24-year-old Cedric Gaston, and 26-year-old Atkeem Stevenson, all homeowners of Kenosha.

A memorial sits at 15th Location and Sheridan throughout from Somers Home. Friends and family held a little vigil at the website on Sunday night.

Gaston’s sis shared a video with CBS 58 memorializing her sibling. 

Kenosha County Constable’s Workplace held a press conference the day following the shooting. See it listed below: 

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.