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Arrested made in Newport Beach double killing

April 26, 2019 GMT
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This undated booking photo provided by the Irvine, Calif., Police Department shows Jamon Rayon Buggs, who was arrested Monday, April 22, 2019, in Irvine in connection with a series of attempted weekend home burglaries. While in custody, Newport Beach police arrested him Thursday on suspicion of shooting two people at a local home. Darren Partch, 38, and Wendi Sue Miller, 48, of Costa Mesa, Calif., were found dead Sunday inside Partch's condominium. (Irvine Police Department via AP)
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This undated booking photo provided by the Irvine, Calif., Police Department shows Jamon Rayon Buggs, who was arrested Monday, April 22, 2019, in Irvine in connection with a series of attempted weekend home burglaries. While in custody, Newport Beach police arrested him Thursday on suspicion of shooting two people at a local home. Darren Partch, 38, and Wendi Sue Miller, 48, of Costa Mesa, Calif., were found dead Sunday inside Partch's condominium. (Irvine Police Department via AP)

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — A man has been arrested in the weekend killing of two people at a Newport Beach condominium.

Police arrested 44-year-old Jamon Buggs on Thursday on suspicion of murder. He’s held on $1 million bail. It’s unclear whether he has an attorney.

Investigators believe the Huntington Beach man shot 48-year-old Wendi Sue Miller of Costa Mesa and 38-year-old Darren Partch. They were found dead Sunday in Partch’s condominium.

Acquaintances say Miller, who lived nearby, had given Partch a ride home.

Buggs was already in custody. Police in neighboring Irvine arrested him Monday in connection with a series of attempted weekend home burglaries, including one where a gun was fired.

Miller, a mother of two, ran a nonprofit advocacy group called Wings for Justice to help children in the family court system.