59 shots fired at mime dancer mistaken for gang member

31-year-old Antonio Clements was murdered nearly three years ago in a gang ambush at an Atlanta gas station.

ATLANTA — Four Atlanta gang members have been found guilty of killing a 31-year-old father of five nearly three years ago.

In September, 2014, Antonio Clements drove into a gang ambush at the Chevron gas station at Campbellton and Stanton roads in Atlanta.

The four defendants -- 29-year-old Durrell Marco Muse, 31-year-old Tequila Danae Forehand, 23-year-old Darious Harris and 19-year-old Jujuane Harris -- along with others arrived at the scene a few minutes earlier.

Surveillance video showed four people, armed with an AK-47 and several handguns, appearing to conspire with one another before Clements’ vehicle arrived.


As he drove into the parking lot, witnesses said they heard one of the shooters yell, “There they go!”

It was at that time that Clements’ vehicle was met with a barrage of gunfire. More than 59 shots were fired.

Authorities said Clements died of a gunshot wound to the neck from an AK-47 rifle.

Through their investigation, detectives determined Clements was mistaken for a rival gang member.

Clements had just started a mime dance ministry with his brother and performed in local churches before he was killed.

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard announced Wednesday that Muse, Forehand, Harris and Harris were found guilty of several charges, including murder.

The defendants are scheduled to be sentenced Friday at 10 a.m.