MEMPHIS, Tenn. — One of the men charged in the deadly mass shooting at Hickory Hill restuarant Prive has been identified.

Damone Sykes, 31, is being charged with Criminal Attempted Felony, First-Degree Murder, Possession of a Firearm/Dangerous Felony and Robbery.

According to reports, video footage of the incident showed a man in orange clothing taking a pistol from a victim and shooting him. Sykes was identified as the person responsible.

A witness told officials they brought Sykes to the club. They identified Sykes, and said he was also shot while at the restaurant.

A police affidavit also lists Terrial Alexander as the name of one victim who died from gunshot injuries.

Police say two people were killed and five others wounded in a shooting Wednesday night at the restaurant, which has ties to rapper Yo Gotti.

Two male victims were found on the scene, located at the corner of Winchester and Riverdale, a little after closing. One was pronounced dead; the other was taken to Regional One, where he later died.

Five additional victims, four males and a female, arrived at hospitals by private vehicles. The males were ages 37, 35, 31 and 30. The female was 25 years old. Officials say the shooting stemmed from an altercation inside the establishment.