FOND DU LAC - A second motorcyclist has died from his injuries following a crash last week on Highway 151 in the Town of Taycheedah, according to the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Department.
Sheriff's officials say Doug Yonkers, 43, of Muskegon, Mich. died at Theda Clark Medical Center this morning.
Investigators say a car driven by Clinton Lovelace, 25, of Hilbert crossed the centerline on Highway 151 and struck 10 of 12 motorcyclists riding back to Michigan.
Daniel Lee Winsemius, 59, of Twin Lake, Mich., was also killed in the crash. Eight others were hurt.
Lovelace is facing six charges including second-degree reckless homicide. But the district attorney's office said earlier this week that more charges could still be coming.
Lovelace told investigators he remembers driving earlier in the day on the morning of the crash, but does not remember how or why he was in the Fond du Lac area. According to the criminal complaint, Lovelace told investigators he was using the prescription drugs Adderall and Xanax daily, although he could not remember if he took them on the morning of the crash. Investigators also found two unopened syringes in his pants pocket and two small packages containing what the criminal complaint calls acid.
Clinton Lovelace is being held in the Fond du Lac County jail on a $75,000 cash bond. He is scheduled to return to court June 15.
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