Woman wounded in shooting

A 19-year-old woman was shot and injured early Saturday at Club Motivation, a troubled “after-hours” nightspot formerly known as College Complex. Police are still investigating, and said the business has been uncooperative.

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In recent years, police have responded more than 120 times to the club under its current or former name for incidents ranging from noise violations to shootings. Earlier this month, the city proposed a bill to better regulate “after-hours” businesses such as Club Motivation that don’t sell liquor and aren’t forced to close when bars do.

Jefferson City police responded to the business at 2425 Industrial Drive about 4 a.m., responding to multiple shots being fired there, according to a news release from Capt. Bob Clark.

They determined a fight started inside the business then moved outside. No one at the scene provided information to police.


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