Tavern Shooter Being Held on 4-Million Dollar Bond

Tavern Shooter Being Held on 4-Million Dollar Bond

The sheriff in Kenosha County says Sunday’s shooting at the Somers House tavern happened over nothing.

Sheriff David Beth said the suspect, 24-year-old Rakayo Vinson, started fighting with three men after one of them bumped into his shoulder. The fight ended when Vinson was pulled off, but the sheriff says he then started shooting. Vinson is being held in jail on four-million-dollar bond, and formal homicide charges could be filed as early as today. Three people died in the shooting, while three others were injured.

The sheriff says detectives are still piecing together the particulars. He said anyone inside the tavern that night should contact his office.

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