Ewing man indicted in Trenton New Year’s Day murder
An Ewing man allegedly responsible for murdering a Trenton man outside a nightclub on New Year’s Day, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office announced yesterday.
DeSean Clark, 32, allegedly cut in line to go into Passions Nightclub on East State Street an hour into 2013 when he was confronted by James Threadgill, 54, of Trenton. Threadgill pushed Clark to the ground and while he was on the ground, he pulled out a .45 handgun and shot Threadgill in the leg and head.
Clark was arrested on Jan. 16 in an apartment complex on Country Lane in Ewing by the U.S. Marshals. He is being held in the Mercer County Corrections Center on $1 million on homicide and weapons charges.