Man gets 110 years for Indianapolis shooting that killed 2

A man has been sentenced to 110 years in prison for the fatal 2019 shootings of two people outside an Indianapolis strip club.

Terrance Lee Warren Jr., 24, was sentenced Thursday after a Marion County jury convicted him in November of two counts of murder and carrying a handgun without a license.

Charles Reeves and William Walker were found fatally shot in May 2019 outside Club Venus, WISH-TV reported.

The shooting occurred following a “disturbance” outside the club, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office said Friday in a news release.

“As the altercation escalated, people can be seen in the video running away and ducking. Warren can be seen shooting a handgun,” the release said.

Investigators said the shooting was captured on security video. Police later received an anonymous tip saying that an individual known as “Man Man” was responsible for the murders.

Prosecutors said the club’s business manager was shown photos of the suspected gunman and “was able to identify Warren by his nickname.”

In an interview with investigators, “Warren identified himself in a still photo from the security footage of the shooter,” prosecutors said in the news release.

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