A Dallas strip club’s security guards allegedly shot a man while he drove his vehicle toward them for being kicked out of the establishment early Sunday.
Arturo Cavillo-Guzman, 22, was shot around 1 a.m. at Pandora’s Men’s Club on Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas Police said.
Detectives said that Calvillo-Guzman and others were involved in a fight with strip club staff before being asked to leave. The club’s security guards told officers they took them to their vehicles, and Calvillo-Guzman left the area.
However, authorities said Calvillo Guzman returned to the club about 15 minutes later allegedly driving directly toward two security guards standing at the building’s entrance.
The guards shot at the vehicle, and Calvillo-Guzman was hit by gunfire, police said.
Another person was in the car, seated in the front seat, but authorities said the passenger did not sustain any injuries. Authorities did not release that person’s identity.
He was transferred to a local hospital for treatment. As of
The incident is an ongoing investigation; the Dallas County district attorney’s office is conducting a separate investigation of the incident.
It is unclear whether any person will be charged.