Club Kids Killer, Inc. indicted for killing two club kids
Police in North Carolina are investigating the killing of two young girls at a high school, the latest in a string of deaths linked to a popular high school gym.
A warrant for the arrest of the alleged killer, 32-year-old Matthew Thomas, was issued Monday, according to a news release from the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation.
Police said Thomas, who was arrested in a traffic stop, was arrested on Monday in Charlotte.
A spokesman for the Charlotte Police Department said in an email to ABC News that police are investigating a possible sexual assault at a gym in the city.
Thomas is the second person to be arrested in connection with the deaths of two club-aged girls.
The first person was arrested last year on a murder charge in the case.
A second person has also been arrested on charges in the killings.
Authorities said the woman has not been identified.
A spokesperson for Thomas told ABC News the two girls were killed while participating in a class that was hosted by the club.
The gym is a popular spot for students, who are expected to attend classes at least once a week.
The club has no affiliation with the district or state.
Thomas has been charged with two counts of murder, three counts of rape and three counts each of unlawful restraint and endangering the welfare of a child.