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According to an arrest warrant, 20-year-old Yasmani Rivera-Amoros led 21-year-old Eston Graver and another man into an apartment building and up a set of stairs. At some point, an unidentified accomplice walked into the building with a gun and approached the victims.
Police say Rivera-Amoros and his accomplice then attacked the two men, demanding money and the keys to Graver's car. When Graver refused to hand over his keys -- or his money -- police say the unidentified accomplice shot both men.
Graver died at the scene.
Police say the other man -- who has not been identified -- was later rushed to the hospital and placed in intensive care. His condition is not known at this time.
Rivera-Amoros and his accomplice then left in the Graver's car, along with both victims' cell phones and money, according to police.
Police say they caught up with Rivera-Amoros shortly after 1 a.m. Friday morning in the 600 block of Douglas Park, near the intersection of W. Woodlawn Ave. and S. 2nd St. Officers say that as they approached him, he dropped a bag of prescription pills.
He was arrested and charged with murder, attempted murder, robbery, trafficking in a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.
No information on the second suspect is available at this time.
WDRB News will continue to follow this story and bring you more information as the story develops.