TWO men were found dead in an apartment yesterday shortly after neighbors found blood on the elevator.
Ramy Fahim, 26, is now charged with murder in connection with the deaths at his home in California.
The victims were identified as Griffin Robert Cuomo and Jonathan Andrew Bahm, both 23, according to CBS News.
Authorities in Anaheim, California, received a call Tuesday morning at 6:50 a.m. reporting an attack on an apartment.
Officials arrived on the scene to find the men dead and a third person, identified as Fahim, in life and suffering minor injuries.
Fahim was transported to a local hospital for treatment, with first responders unaware at the time of his alleged involvement in the crime.
He was later interviewed by detectives and arrested.
At the scene, a large knife was found that was the murder weapon.
KTLA News reported that he can be seen on security camera footage standing outside the victims’ apartment hours before the bloody attack.
Builder Rudy Sandoval said he noticed something was wrong when he tried to enter the elevator.
“There’s all the blood in the elevator. The officer says, ‘do not touch the checks,'” he told KTLA.
The suspected murder weapon, a large knife, was found at the scene.
Fahim’s car, a silver Honda Civic, was also found near the building.
It is reported that Cuomo and Bahm were roommates and Fahim was their colleague, but a motive remains unknown at this time.
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