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Tuesday, 8 March 2011

police are looking for Ricky Loven Dean, 26, a known Gangster Disciples gang member,

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police are looking for Ricky Loven Dean, 26, a known Gangster Disciples gang member, after a Sunday shooting that left a black man in his 20's hospitalized in stable but critical condition.

Police say the victim was shot in the Hunt Club's parking lot about 1:51 a.m.

This is the second time since November that someone has been shot at the nightclub located at 1900 N. 31st Ave. On Nov. 14, three University of Southern Mississippi football players were shot in the nightclub's parking lot.

Dean is considered armed and dangerous. He is described as being 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing about 178 pounds.

Authorities do not know if the shooting was gang related.

"We have to wait until we can talk to the victim and see what he's able to tell us," said HPD Sgt. Allen Murray.

He added authorities also want to speak with Dean, and any other witnesses.

Murray said witnesses told police that Dean left the club's parking lot in a white Chevrolet Tahoe. Murray added police may be looking for more gunmen. He said the initial scene was confusing in the crowded parking lot.

"Officers were in the area and heard shots fired," Murray said. "Additional officers responded. Patrons were leaving the club and the parking lot was completely packed with vehicles and people."

He said as police were trying to identify a shooter or shooters in the crowd, they found the victim.

"When officers ran across the victim, there was still a large amount of vehicles and people in the parking lot. It was chaotic," Murray explained. "It was good they were able to identify a victim as quickly as they did."

Police say the victim was shot twice in the chest region with what was believed to be a small caliber pistol.

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