LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - An Indianapolis man made his first appearance in a Tippecanoe County courtroom Friday morning for charges related to a shooting at a West Lafayette night club last December.
22-year-old Clarence Stephens appeared in the Magistrate Court. He's been charged with Criminal Recklessness while armed with a deadly weapon, a felony; and a misdemeanor charge of False Informing.
The charges are for an incident at Nick's Night Club in December. According to police, Stephens fired shots into a crowd of people after his friend, 22-year-old Antwain Harrison, was shot in the neck.
Stephens' jury trial is now set for June.
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