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Amarillo, TX - An Amarillo man has been charged Friday afternoon in connection with shootings at Rounder's Club that critically injured three.

27 year old Brandon Greene is now facing three charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and is behind bars in Potter County.

Potter County officials say Greene is facing a 75,000 dollar bond for each charge.

Either he will have to bond out and wait a date for trial.


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Amarillo, TX- An Amarillo man is expected to be arraigned Friday afternoon in connection with several shootings Thursday morning at a local club.

27 year-old Brandon Greene is expected to be charged at 2 p.m. this afternoon with three counts of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Amarillo Police say the three people who were shot in the Rounder's Club parking lot remain in life-threatening condition this afternoon. They are 29 year-old Sergio Rodriguez, 32 year-old Jorge Rodriguez, and 21 year-old Alex Gomez.

The owner of the club says a fight broke out in the parking lot early Thursday morning leading to the shooting. He says he called police immediately. After supplying blood to these shooting victims, our local bank is still in need of more blood donations to help get their supply back up for other area patients. Coffee Memorial Blood Center needs donors with types O - and A – blood. All three victims from yesterday morning's shooting at Rounder's Club were given O - blood initially, but they're now receiving their own type.

The blood center says they need about 50 units of O - to replace the blood given. They received 19 Thursday and another 8 Friday. They still need another 20 units. So if you'd like to donate, they're open Friday until 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.

They're located in Amarillo at 7500 Wallace Blvd. Coffee Memorial also says if you're not in Amarillo, you can check www.thegiftoflife.org as they're holding mobile blood drives throughout the panhandle Thursday and Friday. Jessica Abuchaibe, NewsChannel 10.

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