Second victim identified in shooting at Orlando nightclub

Orlando nightclub served with eviction notice after weekend shooting

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orange County Medical Examiner's Office on Wednesday identified the victims in a shooting at an Orlando nightclub that killed two people and injured 10 others.

The victims were identified as Joseph Villalobos and Jonathan Avila Rojas by the medical examiner's office, which added that they both died of gunshot wounds.

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The identification comes a day after an eviction notice was posted at the club, demanding that rent be paid at the Glitz Ultra Lounge.

Investigators have not made any arrests or released any information about the suspected shooters. 

Orlando police said there were more than 300 people inside the club at the time of the shooting, and witnesses were still being interviewed.

Attorney Matt Morgan said he has been hired to see if the club had enough security since the shooters were able to sneak guns inside.

"A nightclub has the duty to ensure the safety of the public in the club, and when someone's shot and someone's able to bring a gun into a club and shoot multiple people, in our opinion (they) breached that duty and there's a negligent security action that can be brought as a result of that breach," Morgan said.

Morgan would not identify the victim, telling News 6 that his client "has concerns" and was just feet from the shooter at the time of the shooting.

In a news conference after the shooting, Orlando Police Department spokeswoman Michelle Guido said three officers were working extra duty shifts at the club when the shooting occurred.

Guido said earlier this week that the private security at the club is responsible for basic checks, not the extra duty officers.

The shooting was the third at Glitz Ultra Lounge in the past year.