The altercation that led to a shooting at a strip club near Aledo leaving two dead was sparked by the club's suspension of the gunman's girlfriend, authorities say.
Treveon Wilson, 24, has been arrested in the deaths and faces charges of capital murder, said Mike Simonds, senior chief with the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office.
Alexis Burgess, 24, who is Wilson's girlfriend, was also arrested and faces capital murder charges, the sheriff's office said.
Simonds said Wilson underwent surgery for at least one gunshot wound. On Monday, the sheriff's office said that Wilson was shot during the altercation.'
"Ms. Burgess was a dancer at the nightclub who was put on indefinite suspension that night. We believe that is what started the altercation," sheriff's office spokesman David McClellan said on Monday. "She showed up and was told to go home. Her boyfriend then came in and attempted to change that decision."
The shooting occurred at Temptations Cabaret, which sits just off Interstate 30 between Fort Worth and Aledo.
The Tarrant County medical examiner listed 32-year-old Julian Martin of Fort Worth as having died at 10:33 p.m. Thursday at Temptations, 12291 Camp Bowie Boulevard West, along with 40-year-old Cesar Estrada-Rangel, who also lived in Fort Worth.
McClellan said that one victim was the manager and the other was working security.