Shooting outside G-Spot leaves owner’s son dead and another man seriously injured; Police detain Grays-Green resident for questioning

Police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding a shooting
incident on Independence Drive that left one man dead and another being
rushed into surgery for life-threatening injuries. The Police have since
detained a man for questioning.
According to confirmed reports, sometime around 4:40 a.m. on Wednesday,
May 15, there was a shootout at the G-Spot Nightclub, which is operated by a
Jamaican woman, the mother of the man who was fatally shot.
Allegations are that the woman’s son – Kevin Vaceannie, 24, from Yorks –
would usually man the gate, performing the role of security guard.
It is unclear what triggered the deadly shootout; but, up to after 10 a.m. on
Wednesday, investigators were on the scene trying to put the pieces together. 

In the meantime, a source says the man in police custody is a familiar
individual from the Grays/Green community. He is known to the courts and
the Police and has been implicated in previous shootings, it is alleged.
Another source says the suspect is a good friend of the two shooting victims
and was present when the incident went down – and it is believed that he was
the intended target.
After the gunfire erupted, the suspect is alleged to have jumped into his car,
and was pursued by the gunmen, who reportedly ran him off the road.
Therefore, he was later detained and taken to the Criminal Investigations
Department (CID) for questioning about the incident. 
A source claims that he was dusted for gunshot residue to ascertain whether
he had recently discharged a firearm. But the results of that test are not
known at this time.
On Wednesday morning, a part large part of Independence Drive was
cordoned off by “Do Not Cross” yellow tape to prevent onlookers from
venturing into the area and contaminating the crime scene. 
In a press release about the incident, STRATCOM has appealed to anyone with
information surrounding this latest murder and shooting to contact the
Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at 462-3913 or call the
Crimestoppers Hotline at 800-Tips (8477).