Second man charged in shooting death of Sound-Bar Nightclub security guard arrested in Georgia

CHICAGO (WLS) -- A man wanted in connection with the shooting death of a security guard outside of a popular River North bar has been arrested.

Police said 32-year-old Jon Poole, of Chicago's West Side Homan Square neighborhood, was taken into custody Thursday in Lawrenceville, Georgia after a warrant for his arrest was issued.

Officials said Poole was identified by a witness and on surveillance video allegedly showing his involvement in a confrontation that led to the shooting death of 28-year-old Thurman Bailey on March 8. Another man was also injured in the incident.

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Bailey was working as a security guard while an event was taking place inside of Sound-Bar Nightclub when a fight broke out with a large group of people outside of the bar, police said.
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According to police, the group was denied access to the bar and a fist fight between the group and staff ensued. That's when police said Armond Williams, 37, allegedly pulled out a gun and started shooting.

Williams was arrested a few weeks later for his alleged connection in the shooting and is facing first degree murder.
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Villa Park man, Armond Williams, arrested in connected to the shooting death of a Sound-Bar Nightclub security guard, Thurman Bailey, earlier this month.

Poole is charged with two felony counts of first degree murder and two felony counts of murder with a strong probability of death or injury.

Poole is expected to be in court Friday.
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