CINCINNATI (AP) — The Latest on the nightclub shooting in Cincinnati (all times local):
The Cincinnati police chief says it doesn’t appear there is any video footage of a deadly nightclub shooting that killed one man and injured 16 people.
Chief Elliot Isaac also said in a Monday morning briefing that the Cameo nightclub agreed to have metal detectors but it wasn’t something the club would be required to have.
The chief says five people are still hospitalized, two in critical condition and three in serious condition.
One victim, 27-year-old O’Bryan Spikes, was killed in the Sunday morning shooting at the nightclub.
Keith Forman of the Cincinnati law department said liquor license renewals come up in April. Forman says he’s not aware of plans at this time to look at Cameo’s license.
The Cincinnati police chief has raised the number of people injured in a deadly nightclub shooting to 16.
Chief Elliot Isaac also says five people are still hospitalized, two in critical condition and three in serious condition.
A 17th victim, 27-year-old O’Bryan Spikes, was killed in the Sunday morning shooting at the Cameo nightclub.
Isaac told the Cincinnati City Council in a Monday update that four uniformed officers working off-duty security at the Cameo club were not permitted to work inside the club under department rules.
Isaac said it appears multiple individuals fired shots. The chief is urging witnesses to come forward and cooperate with the investigation.
Cameo’s operator says it will remain closed until police and internal investigations are completed.
Four candles illuminate a makeshift memorial on a foggy morning, one day after a Cincinnati nightclub shooting.
A poster dedicated to the 27-year-old man slain in the gunfire that injured 15 others states: “R.I.P Lucky” with a heart and messages for O’Bryan Spikes. It calls him “Father Son Uncle Brother.”
The Cameo club was dark inside, with a piece of yellow crime tape wrapped over its front door….