MESA, Ariz. — Three suspects were brought into custody after a shooting at a Mesa nightclub left two people dead and two more hospitalized, the Mesa Police Department confirmed.
MPD officers arrived at the Lounge Soho around 2:20 a.m. for calls about a shooting.
Police said the first officers on the scene saw a car speeding away from the club, and followed in pursuit. Officers stopped the car near 1000 West Southern Avenue in Mesa and detained the three people inside.
Officers found two unidentified men lying in the parking lot at the club, both with obvious gunshot wounds. The pair was pronounced dead at the scene.
The deceased victims have been identified as Willie D’Angelo Love, 23, of Maricopa and Curtis Eugene West Jr., 25, of Phoenix.
Police also found two more victims with non-life-threatening injuries at the club and brought them to a local hospital for treatment.
"This is still a very active scene," officials said, and information is still coming in.
This is a developing story. Stay with us at 12 News for more updates.
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