Cameo Night Club closes after deadly shooting
EAST END, Ohio (WKRC) - The Cameo Night Club closed permanently Friday after surrendering its liquor license earlier this week. The loss of the license came after a deadly shooting in which 17 people were shot March 26; one person died.
Pictures taken by the Ohio Investigative Unit of the Ohio State Patrol don't show any of the damage done by the bullets, but visible are marijuana and mold that were found in the beer cooler.
Two people have been charged for the death of O'Bryan Spikes, who was killed inside the club.
A judge set Cornell Beckley's bond at $1.7 million - $100,000 for each of the 17 people injured in the shooting.
The other person charged, Deondre Davis, is one of two people in the hospital in critical condition. His father says Davis is innocent.
Police believe there will be more arrests.