A Michigan man was arrested on Monday on homicide fees associated to the deadly taking pictures of two folks in a dormitory on the University of Colorado campus in Colorado Springs, the police stated.

Nicholas Jordan, 25, of Detroit, who was enrolled on the college, was arrested in Colorado Springs on first diploma homicide fees in the taking pictures of one other scholar, Samuel Knopp, 24, of Parker, Colo., and Celie Rain Montgomery, 26, of Pueblo, Colo., the Colorado Springs Police Division stated on Monday in a series of statements on X.

Mr. Jordan was being held on $1 million bond in El Paso County jail and was scheduled to seem in courtroom on Tuesday, records show.

The police stated that the investigation was ongoing and that the folks concerned knew one another. They didn’t present a motive or different particulars.

Mr. Knopp was a senior on the college finding out music, and Mr. Jordan was additionally enrolled on the college, stated Jenna Press, a college spokeswoman. She didn’t present additional particulars. The college’s music program in 2023 featured a video of Mr. Knopp enjoying his guitar throughout his junior recital.

At about 6 a.m. on Friday, the campus police acquired a name about gunfire coming from Crestone Home, a dormitory on the campus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, a metropolis of about 480,000 folks on the base of the Rocky Mountains.

The campus police discovered two folks useless in the room and referred to as the Colorado Springs Police Division, which dispatched its murder unit to research.

By Friday night time, the police had an arrest warrant, setting in movement a seek for Mr. Jordan. By Sunday, the police division referred to as the taking pictures “an isolated incident between parties that were known to one another and not a random attack against the school or other students at the university.”

The division stated it was working with the campus police to make sure the campus neighborhood was protected.

The search lasted by means of the weekend, till about 8 a.m. on Monday, when a motorcar theft unit discovered Mr. Jordan in a automotive in town, the police stated. He was taken into custody after about half-hour.

College students and officers held a “healing walk” on campus on Monday, laying flowers on the base of a marble statue of a mountain lion, an emblem of the college and the mascot for its athletic groups.