APACHE JUNCTION, AZ - Authorities are looking for possible suspects in an overnight shooting that injured four in Apache Junction. Police believe the shooting could be gang-related.
One victim received a gunshot wound to the head, one to the stomach, and one to the shoulder after gun fire erupted at the Loose Cannons Motorcycle Club clubhouse near Apache Trail and Mountain View early Sunday morning, said the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities said the clubhouse was posting a party when members of the rival gang Devil's Disciples showed up, according to PSCO. A fight occurred and shots were fired.
Police previously said three people were injured. While conducting interviews, they discovered a fourth victim had been shot with non-life threatening injuries.
All victims were transported to local area hospitals. One male who was shot in the shoulder and stomach is in critical condition, a male who was shot in the head is in stable condition and a female victim was treated and released, said PCSO.
Authorities are investigating the shooting, but witnesses at the party are not cooperating with detectives at this time.
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