Assembly Hall in Atmore

The Assembly Hall, formerly known as Club Chick-A-Dee, in Atmore, Ala.

Anji Lynn Baker

Anji Lynn Baker

ATMORE, Ala. -- The Atmore Police Department has made an arrest in response to the triple shooting that took place at The Assembly Hall, formerly known as Club Chick-A-Dee.

Anji Lynn Baker of Bay Minette was arrested in Pensacola, Fla., on three counts of attempted murder, according to the Atmore police chief.

Police Chief Chuck Brooks told FOX10 News the shootings happened around 12:25 a.m. Sunday at the site on Carver Avenue.

According to Brooks, his officers were called to the nightclub after shots were fired. When police arrived, they saw groups of people fighting inside and outside of the club. Once they were able to restore order, the officers found three victims suffering from gunshot wounds inside the building.

Two shooting victims were flown to University Hospital in Mobile for treatment. At last check, one was in critical condition and the other was in serious condition. The third victim was treated to Atmore Community Hospital and has been released.

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