Police in Warren have released the name of the man who was shot and killed at a Warren bar early Monday, as well as the man suspected of shooting him.

Officers went to the Park Place 24 tavern at 2185 Parkman Road at 2 a.m. to investigate a shooting.

Police say they found the body of a man, who they identified as 20-year-old Nathaniel Bradley on the floor.

The police report says the shooting followed an argument. Police identified a suspect as 26-year-old Zaa-Von Hameed of Warren (pictured below). Warren Municipal Court records show he is charged with murder, but has not been arrested yet. 

Police say the shooting stemmed from a physical fight between the two parties, but the exact reason for the fight is unknown at this time.

Officers arrested Kieriea Defoor at the crime scene, claiming she was shouting and interfering with the investigation.

Defoor was charged with misconduct at an emergency.

Bar owners will be meeting with city officials later on Monday to discuss shutting the tavern down stating that it is a known trouble spot in the area.

“It’s unacceptable,” Mayor Doug Franklin said about the violence at the bar. “It’s not good for their business and more importantly it’s bad for our community and bad for those families who have to bury a child.”

People living in the area also want it shut down and for something other than a bar to move in to make the street safer.

“You hear gun shots. There's been several occasions six, seven times that they’ve come for shootings,” a woman who lives near the bar said. “A gunshot comes this way and you're at the wrong spot at the wrong time ... it's seriously dangerous you're scared in your own home."

Police ask anyone with information about the case to call Detective Frank Tempesta at 330-841-2651.