ANAHEIM, Calif. - A man is in custody hours after two other men were found dead inside a luxury high-rise apartment in Anaheim Tuesday.
Image from SkyFOX shows the Stadium Apartments building where two men were found dead Tuesday morning in Anaheim. (FOX 11)
According to police, responding officers found the victims just before 7 a.m. at an apartment in the Stadium Apartments, located in the 2100 block of East Katella Avenue, near the South State College Boulevard.
A third victim was found suffering from minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital for treatment, police said.
The homicide victims were identified as 23-year-old Griffin Robert Cuomo and 23-year-old Jonathan Andrew Bahm, both residents of Anaheim.
Officials say 26-year-old Ramy Fahim, of Irvine, was placed in custody in connection to the double homicide.
Authorities said the investigation reveals the victims were roommates in the apartment where they were killed. In addition, Fahim and Cuomo were co-coworkers.
"What I can tell you is that it was a pretty extensive crime scene with a lot of physical evidence, and it was a pretty violent crime scene," said Anaheim PD Sgt. Shane Carringer. "It was surprising. This building is one of the more quiet buildings…but again, this does appear to be an isolated incident that was targeted. So, nothing to suggest this was a random act."
Ramy Fahim, of Irvine, was arrested in connection to a double-homicide in Anaheim. (FOX 11)
FOX 11's crew on scene reports the double homicide was a targeted attack. Officials, however, did not specify what prompted Fahim to target the three people in the first place.
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