Two men were killed outside a DeKalb County lounge just two weeks after a fatal shooting a nightclub in another part of the county.

2 killed in weekend shooting outside popular DeKalb lounge 

Two men were killed after a shooting outside a popular Lithonia lounge, DeKalb County police confirmed. 

The two men were found Saturday with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of the Blueroom Lounge, located in the 2600 block of Panola Road, DeKalb police Sgt. J.D. Spencer said in an emailed statement. 

Spencer said the men were taken to local hospitals, where they were pronounced dead. Their names are not being released at this time. 

Police did not provide further details or identify any suspects in the shooting, which comes two weeks after another fatal shooting outside popular a DeKalb night spot. 


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Agala Dwayne Samuels, 30, was found dead in his truck in the parking lot of The Atrium and Club 426 on Memorial Drive on Sept. 23.

Authorities arrested Ryan Meade, 42, of Lithonia, on Wednesday in the deadly shooting, jail records show. Meade allegedly shot Samuels in the stomach several times, according to redacted arrest warrants. Police have not said if the men knew each other or what led to the supposed argument outside Club 426. 

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