A hail of gunfire that left 14 people wounded outside a nightclub in Arizona
A hail of gunfire that left 14 people wounded outside a nightclub in Arizona was apparently triggered by an argument between people waiting in line for a rap concert, police said.
"The 14th victim arrived at a local hospital this afternoon with a gunshot wound to the foot," said Mike Horn, a Tempe Police Department spokesman.
Horn said two of the shooting victims were in serious condition in the hospital, but none had wounds that appeared life-threatening, reports AFP.
The shots were fired shortly before midnight local time Friday (0700 GMT Saturday) at the popular Clubhouse Music Venue, where a rap music concert was under way, police said.
Police "believe an argument took place between a couple of groups in line for the concert. This quickly escalated to gunfire," said Horn.
"We believe this shooting is gang-related and investigators are still working to identify the additional suspects," he said.
A suspect was taken into custody after being stopped by a patrol officer in a vehicle leaving the area, and faces 13 counts of aggravated assault and one count of assisting a criminal street gang, he said.
Police were also searching for two black males in dark-coloured clothing seen fleeing the scene on foot after the shooting, he said.
The shooting came just days after a teenager identified as TJ Lane opened fire at a Chardon, Ohio high school, killing three people and wounding two.