4 men killed at Crown Heights social club identified

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The ongoing investigation continues into a deadly shooting in Crown Heights.

Police say four Brooklyn men were identified as the victims who died early Saturday morning.

Friends and family now mourning after the names of those four victims were released.

It happened early Saturday around 7 a.m. Officers were called to Triple A Aces, a social club at 74 Utica Ave.

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Authorities found seven people shot. The four men who died have been identified as 36-year-old Terence Bishop, 47-year-old Dominick Wimbush, 37-year-old Chester Goode and 32-year-old John Thomas.

Police say two other men and a woman were also shot, but they are expected to survive.

Authorities believe this club location was being used as an illegal gambling site. They found cards and dice inside the crime scene. Authorities say at least 15 bullets were fired and two guns were recovered.

Authorities say there wasn't any history of complaints at this location. The club is just a couple of blocks away from the 77th Precinct.

No arrests have yet been made.

 

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