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AUBURN, Maine (AP) — A man wanted for the killings of two people in Maine was arrested Friday in Rockland, Maryland, officials said.

David Barnett, 34, of Port Clyde, New York, will be held at the Montgomery County Jail in Maryland pending extradition, Maine State Police said.

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The investigation of the killings continues in Maine.

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Two Connecticut residents, 21-year-olds Kelzie Caron and Pierre Langlois, were killed on June 6 at a home in Auburn, Maine, police said. Investigators haven’t said how they pair died.

Barnett was taken into custody without incident on an arrest warrant for murder, police said. It was not known if he had a lawyer.

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Police Confirm Man Crashed Car Into U.S. Capitol Barricade; Vehicle Was Set on Fire Before Suspect Shot Himself

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The U.S. Capitol Police confirmed reports Sunday that a man rammed his car into a Capitol barricade before firing a weapon erratically on site.

Reports about the incident emerged early Sunday morning as journalists said that the car caught fire after he crashed near the Capitol, and that the driver started “shooting indiscriminately” before he “ultimately shot and killed himself.” The Capitol Police issued a statement confirming the incident happened early in the morning when “a man drove his car into the vehicle barricade at East Capitol Street and Second Street.”

“While the man was getting out of the car, it became engulfed in flames. The man then fired several shots into the air along East Capitol Street,” the statement says. “When our officers heard the sound of gunfire, they immediately responded and were approaching the man when he shot himself. Nobody else was hurt.”

The police also offered their assessment that “it does not appear the man was targeting any Members of Congress,” and they also said, “it does not appear officers fired their weapons.”

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