The Power Ultra Lounge in downtown Little Rock, Ark., was the scene of a mass shooting during a rap concert early Saturday, July 1, 2017. Little Rock’s police chief says investigators believe a shooting at the nightclub where more than two dozen people were injured may be gang-related. All of the victims were expected to survive the shooting. (AP Photo/Kelly P. Kissel)
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) – Exclusive video from inside the Power Ultra Lounge in Arkansas, Saturday, shows the harrowing moments gunfire opened on the crowd. Police said 28 people were injured during the shooting, 25 had gunshot wounds.
Ricky Hampton, 25, also known as Finese2Tymes, was arrested on outstanding warrants. No arrests have been made in the shooting.
Due to the volleying of gunshots authorities believe multiple people were involved in the shooting but they do not believe it was an act of terror. Local Police Chief Kenton Buckner, credited the lack of fatalities to the fast actions of first responders.
On Monday, city officials plan to shut down the nightclub under a “criminal abatement” program. State officials have also suspended the clubs liquor license and the landlord of the club posted an eviction notice on the door, Saturday.
WARNING: The video below contains graphic content, possible drug use and may be disturbing to some viewers.