Dallas Police Identify Suspect in Club Shooting That Left 3 Dead

The city of Dallas has had at least 191 homicides this year

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A week after three men were fatally shot at a dance club in northwest Dallas, police identified a man they are searching for in connection with the shooting.

Officers responded about 2:30 a.m. Oct. 25 to the Aces club in the 2200 block of Manana Drive, where the three victims were found on the floor.

Darryl Wayne Nellums Jr., 26, was pronounced dead at the club of a gunshot wound, police said.

The two other victims, Demarion Marquis Glasco, 27, and Tavion Ellis Rice, 29, were taken to a local hospital, where they died, police said.

Dallas police on Sunday released a photo of a man they say is wanted in the shooting, Cameron Craig.

Anyone with information about Craig's location may call Detective Kurt Hibbets of the U.S. Marshals North Texas Fugitive Task Force at 214-437-3741 or email kurt.hibbets@dpd.ci.dallas.tx.us.

Family member said the three men who were killed were cousins.

"To me it’s a tragedy and it hurts deep in my soul, he was too young to go," said Demarion Glasco's father, Don Glasco Jr.

He said he last talked to his only child the day before the shooting. The two talked frequently because they worked together in the catering and escort funeral business.

“He started working, he was able to make a firm living for himself and his kids, and they took it away from him," Glasco Jr. said.

Video on social media showed many people packed into the night club for an event where social media influencer, Jayda Cheaves, was the headliner.

As of Sunday, the city has had at least 199 homicides this year, according to records, and appears on track to surpass the more than 200 reported in 2019.

Anyone with information about the shooting may call Detective Kimberly Mayfield at 214-671-3646 or email kimberly.mayfield@dallascityhall.com.  Please refer to case #190555-2020.

Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment. Tips may be made by calling Crime Stoppers at 214-373-8477.

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