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Bradenton, Florida - 2 People Shot in Bar Fight at Nahesha Bar and Lounge

Nahesha Bar and Lounge
Published: August 31, 2018
By: Paul
Last Updated on December 11, 2020

Police Investigating Double Shooting at Nahesha Bar and Lounge

Police in Manatee County are investigating a shooting that left two people wounded at Nahesha Bar and Lounge in the early hours of Saturday, August 18. Deputies believe the incident began at around 1:25 a.m. outside at Nahesha Bar and Lounge on 15th Street East. Security guards told officers that a bar fight led to the shooting.

After arriving on the scene, officers found 37-year-old Marlin Amaya-Castro with a gunshot wound to his lower leg. He was brought to a hospital. The second shooting victim, 29-year-old Guillermo Gonzalez had already left to the scene to go to the hospital. Both victims were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

No arrests have been made and no further information has been released related to this incident.

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When Can Bar Owners Be Sued For Shootings and Other Violence?

Attorney contributor Michael Haggard has some thoughts to share on property owner liability for shootings and stabbings:

While many cases of violent crime are unpredictable, others are reasonably foreseeable and may have been preventable if a property owner had taken the proper precautions. For example, if a bar or nightclub has a history of violent incidents or is located in an area with high violent crime rates, that bar owner has a legal obligation to take measures to reduce the risk of crime - such as hiring security guards and subjecting customers to pat-downs for weapons.

When negligent or inadequate security is to blame for failing to prevent a bar shooting or stabbing, the victims may have grounds for a lawsuit against the bar owner. Making this evaluation is complicated and will require guidance from an experienced crime victim lawyer.

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