Fort Worth nightclub owner slain in after-hours shooting
A 50-year-old nightclub owner was killed early Friday when he was shot multiple times at his east-side business, police said.
The shooting at the New Start Club in the 4500 block of Miller Avenue appears to have started out as a robbery, said Sgt. J.D. Thornton, homicide detective.
“Shortly after closing, two suspects went into the club and robbed the business while employees were trying to close up,” Thornton said.
The owner was shot multiple times while he was in the kitchen, police said.
Read more in this report from Staff Writer Bill Miller. But keep checking back because Staff Writer Deanna Boyd is learning more about the case.
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