UPDATE: Deputies looking for Jeep Cherokee in fatal club shooting

A man was shot and killed behind Club Status in Macon early Wednesday morning during an altercation.

 UPDATE, 10:50 a.m.: The sheriff's office just released the following description of the vehicle and occupants related to the shooting. 2000's model, smoke gray Jeep Cherokee with a brush guard. It was occupied by four males. The driver has dreads and was last seen wearing a baseball cap. One of the passengers also has dreads and gold teeth.


A man is dead after a fight at a Macon nightclub. That's according to the Bibb County Sheriff's Office. It happened early Wednesday morning at Club Status at 4740 Pio Nono Ave.

Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones says the victim is 29-year-old Aquallo Davis, Jr.

Lt. Randy Gozalez with the Bibb County Sheriff's Office said people were inside the club and as everyone shifted out into the parking lot, a large crowd began fighting.

Police say there were two off duty officers on the scene at the time and as they started break up the fight that's when the shooting happened

Deputy Clay Williams tells us Davis was shot in the parking lot of the club. Davis was pronounced dead at 3:18 a.m.

This is Macon-Bibb's 17th homicide of 2015, and the second in the past week.

Right now police are still investigating what lead to that altercation.

Investigators have no suspects at this time, but they are describing the shooter as a black male who is driving a dark colored Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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