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Deputies make arrest in fatal shooting early Saturday at E Hillsborough Ave. nightclub

Jonathan Millage Crist, 24, faces a charge of first degree murder in a fatal shooting at a Tampa nightclub. Tampa police pulled Crist over for a traffic stop shortly after the shooting and sheriff’s detectives said they connected him to the shooting. [Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office]
Jonathan Millage Crist, 24, faces a charge of first degree murder in a fatal shooting at a Tampa nightclub. Tampa police pulled Crist over for a traffic stop shortly after the shooting and sheriff’s detectives said they connected him to the shooting. [Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office]
Published Jun. 15, 2019

TAMPA — Deputies have made an arrest in a shooting at a nightclub early Saturday that left one man dead.

The shooting happened about 1:20 a.m. outside Club 92 at 10101 E Hillsborough Ave., also known as U.S. 92, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. Deputies found a man with a gunshot wound. He later died at Tampa General Hospital. The Sheriff's Office did not release the victim's name.

Jonathan Millage Crist, 24, faces a charge of first degree murder in the shooting, the Sheriff's Office said. Tampa police had pulled Crist over for a traffic stop shortly after the shooting and booked him into jail on drug and weapons charges.

Sheriff's detectives were able to connect him with the shooting, the Sheriff's Office said.

Contact Tony Marrero at tmarrero@tampabay.com or (813) 226-3374. Follow @tmarrerotimes.

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