The man accused of shooting and killing two men in Lawrenceburg Thursday morning has been taken into custody.
Police were notified around 3 a.m. when shots rang out at an apartment complex on Oak Street. Two men were found dead inside of an apartment, and a multi-agency manhunt for 22-year-old Sabastian Arzadon ensued.
According to investigators, Arzadon was found seven hours after the murders occurred in a railroad culvert on Howard Street around 11:20 a.m.
A shirtless, shoeless Arzadon was asked if he had anything to say on his behalf, Arzadon remained quiet about the crime and said he loved his mother.
Officers found a dirty t-shirt and blood-stained clothing in a nearby woodline.
Investigators at the scene said a handgun was also found not far from where Arzadon was found.
The victims are Benjamin A. Cunningham (28) of Lawrenceburg and Corie J. Williams (38) of Lawrenceburg.
Police have yet to release a motive or how Arzadon is connected to the victims. Police records shows Arzadon has a record of arson and aggravated burglary.
Arzadon was charged with two counts of first-degree murder especially aggravated burglary and possession of a firearm during commission of a felony.
Additional charges will be placed at a later date.
Arzadon is being held in the Lawrence County Jail on a 4.2 million dollar bond and will appear in Lawrence County General Sessions Court on July 2nd.