Houston police identify victims in fatal nightclub shooting; at least 2 suspects sought

At least 3 dead, 1 hurt after Houston nightclub shooting

HOUSTON — Three men are dead and another is wounded after gunfire erupted at a Houston nightclub late Tuesday, authorities said.

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Update 8:55 p.m. EDT Oct. 21: Houston police confirmed on Wednesday the identities of the three men killed in the shooting as 19-year-old Jailyn Bernard Page, 21-year-old Bryce Lee Goddard and 22-year-old Christopher Donshae Jackson, 22. All three were pronounced dead at the scene.

The fourth victim, 17-year-old Sir John Mitchell, is in critical condition at a Houston hospital, KHOU reported.

Authorities are seeking at least two people, described only as Black males, in connection to the shooting that Houston police say followed at fight at DD Sky Club.

The victims were reportedly part of a group waiting to perform during an open mic night, and police are scouring surveillance video of the chaotic scene, KHOU reported.

Original story: According to KHOU and KTRK, the incident occurred shortly before 10 p.m. local time when a shooter or shooters opened fire at DD Sky Club on Chenevert Street in Midtown. Of the four men struck, three died, and a fourth was hospitalized with critical injuries, Houston police said.

Authorities have not said whether anyone has been detained in connection with the shooting, KHOU reported. No further information was immediately available.

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