Man, 25, is accused of killing Love Machine nightclub shooting in which two people were killed and four injured
- A man has been accused of a fatal shooting in Melbourne in which two men died
- The 25-year-old was arrested on Sunday in Epping, in the north of Melbourne
- Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, and Richard Arow, 28, were shot on April 14
- They were both outside the Love Machine nightclub in Melbourne
- The victim's families have commented on the impact of the admissions on them
A man has been charged with a fatal shooting at a nightclub in Melbourne, killing two people and injuring four others.
Guard Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, and Richard Arow, 28, died after being shot outside the Love Machine nightclub in Prahran on April 14.
Four others were injured when shots were fired by a stolen black Porsche SUV, which was later burned in the northern suburb of Wollert.
The 25-year-old man was arrested Sunday morning in Epping, in the north of Melbourne.
Guard Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, (pictured left) and Richard Arow, 28, (pictured right) died after being shot outside the Love Machine nightclub in Prahran on April 14.
He was accused of accessory after having murder, forbidden person possessing firearm, stalking, killing threats and other offenses.
He will be against the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Sunday.
The family of guard Aaron Osmani hopes to get answers for their & # 39; son, brother and friend & # 39 ;.
Relatives of the murdered couple said earlier that the killers acted with inhumanity, violence and carelessness.
Richard Arow & # 39; s girlfriend Rebekah Spinks was with him the night he died and said she was only about five meters from him when it happened.
& # 39; What this has done to the family is actually so disastrous … these men were just so insensitive & # 39 ;, Spinks told reporters earlier this month.
& # 39; They had no regard for humanity at all, because not only Richard and Aaron and the people who were injured, but everyone, including me on the street, was a target that day and she didn't care who hurt them . & # 39;
She described him as the & # 39; strongest man with the softest heart & # 39 ;.
& # 39; They have taken the life of a really great man, but have destroyed the lives of hundreds of people and families affected by it. & # 39;
She said she was still in disbelief and that the killers didn't deserve to walk on the street.
Richard Arow (pictured with his girlfriend Rebekah Spinks) died in the hospital after being shot in a drive-by-shooting
Mr. Arow's friends (pictured left with friends at another nightclub) posted testimonials about him on social media after his death. He was described as a loving and wonderful friend
Mr Arow's mother described her loss by a translator as meaningless and unbearable.
She said the murderers had taken her own when taking the life of her son.
Mr. Arow had promised to pay her back for bringing her family to Australia to build a new and better life, and was grateful for the opportunity to live in such a safe country.
Osmani's & # 39; s family said he & # 39; had been in favor of his entire life.
& # 39; It is two months since we lost Aaron, but our family still mourns a lot, especially our parents, & # 39 ;, the family said in a statement.
Mr. Arow was outside the Love Machine nightclub (remote crime scene) in Prahran around 3:10 am when four shots were fired at a stolen Porsche
The car was set on fire in Wollert in the north of Melbourne after the recordings at 3 p.m. at Love Machine in Prahran
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