Raymond Michael Weber, 29, of Sacramento,
(Source: Vacaville Police Department via Facebook)
California Police arrested a man suspected of two killings after someone reported seeing a livestream on social media that showed him with a gun and two women lying motionless on the floor of an apartment.
The Vacaville Police Department said officers went to an apartment complex for formerly homeless veterans and low-income families early Saturday after getting a call from a woman about the livestream.
“The video showed the man carrying a handgun and two women lying on the floor — not moving,” the department said on Facebook.
Officers found the man had barricaded himself in the apartment, and a SWAT team and negotiators were called in, police said.
After an hour long standoff, 29-year-old Raymond Michael Weber, of Santa Rosa, was arrested and the bodies of Augusta native Savannah Rae Theberge, 26, and a teenager were recovered.
He is being held without bail on two counts of first-degree murder and was scheduled for a court appearance Tuesday, according to online Solano County jail records.
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