Man Arrested in Connection to Fatal Shooting Outside Fresno Motorcycle Club
Police have arrested a suspect in connection to a shooting outside a Fresno motorcycle club that killed one man and wounded two others.
Police had responded to the Soul Brothers Motorcycle Club clubhouse on Saturday, October 2, to investigate reports of a shooting. Officers found a 41-year-old man at the scene suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and had him quickly transported to a local medical center, where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
Officers also learned that two other men, ages 31 and 43, had also been hospitalized with gunshot wounds after the shooting. While the 43-year-old man’s injuries were deemed not life-threatening, the 31-year-old man — identified as Darnell Johnson — ultimately passed away.
Homicide detectives soon identified the suspect as 33-year-old Antoine Caradine. On Sunday, October 9, authorities located Caradine after receiving a tip that a vehicle associated with him had been seen at Top Golf in Roseville. Roseville police arrived at the business and waited as Caradine reportedly golfed with several others and stayed until the business closed, at which point police took him into custody without incident.
Caradine was booked at the South Placer jail on suspicion of murder.