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UPDATE: 1 suspect arrested, 1 on the loose in Waynesboro nightclub shooting

Antonio McDougle, charged with first degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault. Antonio McDougle, charged with first degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault.
Franchez Worhsam, 24, wanted for accessory to murder for shooting into a club, aggravated assault with a knife, and aggravated assault Franchez Worhsam, 24, wanted for accessory to murder for shooting into a club, aggravated assault with a knife, and aggravated assault
WAYNESBORO, MS (WDAM) -

One suspect has been arrested and another suspect is on the loose in connection with a deadly shooting and stabbing at a Waynesboro nightclub Sunday.

According to the Waynesboro Police Department, Antonio McDougle, 26, is charged with first degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault in the shooting death of Douglas Bernard McGill, 37.

Police are searching for Franchez Worsham, 23, who is wanted for accessory to murder for shooting into a club, aggravated assault with a knife and aggravated assault as he attempted to aid McDougle to leave the scene, officials said.

Travis McDonald, 24, was stabbed in the abdomen. He has been treated and released from the hospital.

This incident happened Sunday morning at Club Embassy in Waynesboro. The nightclub is located at 215 Court Street.

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