VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) - Tonya Borman with the Virginia Beach Police confirmed that the deceased victim of Sunday morning's shooting at Town Center is Rashawn R. Dukes, 25 of North Chesterfield, Va.
Virginia Beach City Council says it plans to take a close look at the deadly shooting.
WAVY.com talked to Councilman Bill DeSteph, who says he received several complaints from residents Sunday. One person was killed and four others were wounded in the shooting in the 4600 block of Columbus Street.
"It is crazy," said Town Center resident Rodney Redding. "I was like 'oh boy, what's going on?'"
Police responded to a call of multiple shots fired around 1:30 a.m. Officers arrived and found two people suffering from gunshot wounds. One person -- Rashawn Dukes -- died at the scene, according to a police spokeswoman.
While officers were on the scene, they received word that three more people showed up at a local hospital with gunshot wounds.
"(I'm) shocked at first, but not surprised, because it has happened in the past," added Alex Yousefi, owner of the Daily Grind.
Sunday, business owners at Town Center were wondering if the shooting will have any negative impact.
"The word is going to get out and a lot of people are not going to come over here," Yousefi said.
The shooting happened right on the corner of Columbus Street and Independence Boulevard just as the crowd was letting out of Guadalajara. Though police haven't said where the victims were coming from, business owners have ideas of their own.
"It is a club," Yousefi added. "People drink and get into fights. There is nothing we can do. Fortunately it's only happened to one specific place around here and not at the other ones."
WAVY.com spoke with a Guadalajara manager, who says there were no fights throughout the night and the victims did not come from the club.
On some weekends, off-duty sheriff's deputies work outside Guadalajara, but the manager says they weren't there Saturday night.
Police have not released the circumstances surrounding the shooting or the ages and genders of the victims other than Dukes.
Information on a possible suspect or suspects has not been released at this time.
Call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP if you have any information that could help police with the investigation.
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