Man found dead on golf course
SUNRISE, Fla. (WSVN) -- Police are investigating a deadly shooting at a golf course that may have stemmed from an altercation outside Goldfinger Gentlemen's Club.
There was no morning golf played in a section of the Seven Bridges Golf Club at Springtree in Sunrise Monday. Instead, a murder scene and crime scene dominated the space near the ninth hole.
A witness named Omar was detained by police while they tested him for gunpowder for hours. "I just want to eat man," said Omar. "I'm hungry."
"It's a murder scene," said Omar. "I moved my car from where it was and stuff like that so they just told me they wanted to test my DNA to see if I was involved with what happened."
Omar was free to go after his interview. His car is also one of three who was hit by bullets. It has now been towed away for further investigation. "It is still early in the investigation," said Sunrise Police Officer, Cindi McCue. "It's early in the stages so we are trying to identify witness and all of the involved parties. We're interviewing a number of people."
The fatal, pre-dawn shooting happened near an adjacent strip mall which contains Goldfinger Gentlemen's Club and Fins & Things, a restaurant and popular night spot which became ground zero for police questioning patrons and employees all morning long.
Police are now interviewing witnesses at Goldfinger Gentlemen's Club to try to determine what led up to the shooting. "I'm the DJ," said a male witness. "I came to work and I'm trying to go home and they're telling me I can't go home, so I don't know."
Sunrise Police walked out of Fins & Things with bags of evidence but did not provide a name for the deceased who's killing spawned the arrival of distraught supporters.
The owner of the stripclub is cooperating with police as they go through the surveillance video.
No arrests have been made. Police continue to investigate for any motives.
If you have any information on this deadly shooting, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.
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