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2 suspects arrested in connection with Raleigh bar shooting

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Dudley Lamar Kee Dudley Lamar Kee
James Keith Nelson James Keith Nelson
RALEIGH, N.C. -

Two men charged with murder in connection with a shooting at a Raleigh pool bar were arrested Sunday at a Virginia motel.

Dudley Lamar Kee, 29, and James Keith Nelson, 23, were taken into custody early today at a motel in Petersburg, Va., police said. Both men are charged with murder in the death of 26-year-old Marcus Rashad Owens.

Owens died Friday after suffering multiple gunshot wounds Feb. 18 at Skyline Bar & Billiards, located at 2626 South Saunders St.

Police say the shooting stemmed from an argument. After the shooting, multiple suspects were seen fleeing the scene.

Kee and Nelson remain in Virginia pending extradition.

Police say the investigation into the shooting is on-going.

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