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UPDATE: Arrests Made In N. Spokane Homicide Investigation

UPDATE: During Thursday's homicide investigation Major Crimes Detectives began searching for two suspects who live in the neighboring apartment to the victim.

Detectives contacted David McLaughlin at 1004 E. Garland and subsequently executed a search warrant looking for evidence related to the homicide. Detectives also executed a search warrant McLaughlin's apartment #C, where he lives with his girlfriend, Melinda Barrera.

Both Barrera and McLaughlin were interviewed by detectives, who determined they broke into the victim's apartment and assaulted him. Barrera shot the victim in the chest after McLaughlin assaulted him. They were then booked into Spokane County Jail for 2nd Degree Murder.

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KHQ.COM - On Thursday at 11:31pm a man called 911 from his apartment, 1328 W. Dean #A, stating that he had been shot and needed help. Patrol officers responded within minutes and found a white male in his 30's dead inside a bedroom.

Major Crimes Detectives responded and contacted three people inside the home. All three were interviewed, one was arrested on an unrelated warrant.

Detectives executed a search warrant this morning of apartment A, the victim's apartment, searching for evidence of a crime. Detectives will continue their investigation throughout the day.

An autopsy will be completed today and the Medical Examiner's Office will release the name of the victim after next of kin has been notified.

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