Former Benton Harbor basketball star found not guilty of sexual battery
By: Maura Johnson
Posted: Apr 13, 2023 5:05 PM EDT
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BENTON HARBOR, Mich. - Former Benton Harbor basketball star Carlos "Scooby" Johnson was found not guilty Thursday to one count of sexual battery in connection with a reported incident in his dorm room at Butler University two years ago.
Two charges of rape were also dropped by the Marion County Prosecutor's Office just before Johnson's trial began.
The alleged victim said she doesn't remember what really happened.
Johnson was part of the Benton Harbor state championship team in 2018 and was named Michigan's Mr. Basketball in 2020.