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Second suspect charged in Mt. Airy double homicide

Devon Isom was arrested on Tuesday.  (Source: Cincinnati PD) Devon Isom was arrested on Tuesday. (Source: Cincinnati PD)
The victims, Beyoncia Willis and Keelin Broach. (Source: Cincinnati PD) The victims, Beyoncia Willis and Keelin Broach. (Source: Cincinnati PD)
Baron Brand was arrested on Friday. (Source: Cincinnati PD) Baron Brand was arrested on Friday. (Source: Cincinnati PD)
MT. AIRY, OH (FOX19) -

A second suspect as been arrested for the May 3 shooting that left two people dead.

Devon Isom was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly killing Beyoncia Willis, 24, and Keelin Broach, 31, inside a Mt. Airy apartment on North Bend Road.

The first suspect, Baron Brand, 22, was arrested on Friday and charged with aggravated murder in the deaths. His bond is set for more than $1 million. Isom, 28, is also charged with aggravated murder.

Another person was shot in the altercation on May 3 and they are expected to recover, according to authorities. Police have not specified if the two suspects will be charged for the third shooting.

Related: Friends and family mourn victims of Mt. Airy double homicide 

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