Suspects from a shooting in a Cincinnati nightclub that left two people dead and 15 injured last month are still at large, according to a report from the Cincinnati Enquirer.
According to the newspaper, Hamilton County Assistant Prosecutor David Prem said, "there are others who have yet to be identified who are at large and may pose a danger to witnesses."
Prem also said the shooting involved people, "associated in a gang-like relationship" in a statement. Prem asked the judge to not release the names or addresses of witnesses to the defense as witnesses have, "expressed fear for their safety." A ruling for that matter has not been made, reports the Cincinnati Enquirer.
800 people were reportedly inside of the club during the night of the shooting. O'Bryan Spikes, a 27-year-old man, died shortly after the shooting and 29-year-old Deandre Davis died more than a week later after being critically wounded.