Update: police arrest 1, look for 2 others in fight, shooting outside Beloit bar
3 shot, 1 stabbed early Sunday morning
BELOIT, Wis. — One person has been arrested, but police are still looking for two other people in connection with a fight and shooting outside a Beloit bar Sunday morning, according to a release.
Beloit emergency crews responded to 1344 E. Grand Ave. just before 2 a.m. for reports of multiple gunshot victims, officials said. A man and a woman were found in the parking lot outside the Turtle Tap Tavern with gunshot wounds to their lower extremities, and were transported to local hospitals.
Police said while they were on scene, a third person with a gunshot wound to her butt and a fourth victim from the incident showed up at the emergency room with a stab wound.
Terey “TMack” Vance, 33, of Beloit, has been arrested in connection with the fight, police said Tuesday. He is not a suspect in the shooting.
Detectives are still looking for 22-year-old Andy “Man-Man” Davis, of Beloit, who is suspected in the shooting. Officials are also looking for 22-year-old Rashod Burnett, of Beloit, in connection with the shooting.
Investigators said the tavern closed early because of a disturbance on the dance floor. The shooting happened outside the tavern.
Officials said all of the victims’ injuries are non-life-threatening.