LAS VEGAS (KXNT) — The man investigators said shot and killed two men and wounded a third during an argument over a game of dominoes was arrested Tuesday in California, authorities said.
Frederick Douglas Martin was arrested near Victorville, California Tuesday, two days after the deadly shooting at the home on the 4400 block of Wendy Lane.
Investigators said Martin, 57, got upset during the game, went to his vehicle and came back with a gun before opening fire.
Demond Billingsley, 37, and Calvin Lashawn Clark, 20, died in the gunfire. A third man treated for a gunshot wound to the head survived the attack.
Martin was booked into the San Bernardino County jail on charges including murder, attempted murder and battery. Martin was awaiting extradition back to Las Vegas.