Men charged in Boom Boom Room shooting found not guilty

FEATURED PHOTO: A stay in court proceedings has effectively ended the case against Jon-Paul Fuller, the ex-head of the Windsor-Essex Crime Stoppers unit. (Derek Spalding/CBC)

Written by CBC News on August 24, 2017

The two men charged in the shooting of a bouncer at a downtown Windsor bar three years ago have been found not guilty.

Kevin Nyadu was charged with attempted murder the night Devonte Pierce was shot in the back at the Boom Boom Room nightclub. Shadrack Amankwa was charged with accessory to attempted murder.

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In his decision, Justice Paul Howard outlined the lack of evidence in the trial, specifically saying there was no eyewitness to the shooting and no direct evidence Nyadu ever had the gun.

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