ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The Orange County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting between neighbors that left a 22-year-old man dead and a 20-year-old in custody.
George Becker has been identified as the victim.
Deputies said Raymond Pagan, 20, was arrested. They're not looking for anyone else in connection with the shooting.
Pagan has been charged with first-degree murder with a firearm, attempted first-degree murder with a firearm and burglary of an occupied dwelling with assault/battery with a firearm, investigators said.
Deputies were seen roping off a section of Satchell Court early Saturday morning.
Neighbors gathered nearby and watched as deputies placed 24 evidence markers in the street and collected blood-soaked clothing in paper bags.
Investigators also collected two guns, including a long rifle, from a house.
"It's sad," Neville Solan said. "It's sad, and I think we need to do something with this gun violence."
Solan has lived in the neighborhood for decades and isn't the only one who can't believe a shooting took place in this area.
"We are a nice neighborhood," resident Roy Berry said. "People are loving. We help each other, and to hear this happened now, it's strange."
As friends mourn the loss of Becker, other neighbors are spreading the message that guns are never the answer.
"With these young people these days, they get so irritable and aggressive when something happens that these days, that's what happens," Berry said. "It's so easy to get guns now, so this is what you'll find will happen."
During Pagan's first court appearance Sunday, the judge denied bond for all three charges he faces.