SANFORD, Fla. - A second suspect has been arrested in Sanford's latest murder, Channel 9 learned on Friday.
Police have two suspects in custody at this time, but they have only identified one: Tracey Cashe.
Investigators said they have a .45-caliber handgun that they believe was used in the shooting. They said they also recovered two other guns.
Police said one of the guns recovered can cost about $1,400. They said it uses ammo similar to assault-style rifle ammo, which can pierce a bulletproof vest.
Investigators said they are still trying to determine if the shootings are connected to a recent rash of similar crimes that have plagued Sanford.
Friends of those involved in the shootings said the victims and their assailants all grew up together.
Goldsboro Elementary School was put on lockdown following the shooting. That left some concerned at what type of message an incident like this could send to the children of the area.
"We got to start treating everybody the way we want to be treated and more or less educate our young people," said the Rev. Michael Vallot, a local pastor.
Initially police believed a third victim was shot and fled the scene. They later said only the two men were shooting victims.
Police have not released the identities of the shooting victims.