SF Club Temporarily Closes After Fatal Shooting
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) San Francisco police said a Mission Bay dance club is temporarily shutting its doors following a fatal shooting over the weekend.
Sergeant Troy Dangerfield said on Monday that the owners of Jelly’s nightclub have voluntarily agreed to close for a least a week after 39-year-old Lee Farley of Richmond was shot by a gunman outside the club early Sunday.
No arrests have been made in the case and the incident remains under investigation.
Police said the two men had been arguing inside the club located on Pier 50 near AT&T Park. They continued arguing outside when Farley was shot in the chest around 1:40 a.m.
Farley later died at San Francisco General Hospital.
Dangerfield said police are looking for witnesses to come forward with any information about the shooting.