Gwinnett man accused of killing friends captured; victim ID'd

- Police have arrested a man who, they say, opened fire on friends he invited to his Gwinnett County home. The shooting left two men dead.

It happened shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday in the 2100 block of Hopkins Mill Lane.

One of the victims have been identified as Charles Tyree, 40, of Norcross.

Police responded to a call for help and found two men bleeding inside the house. Officers said they found a male dead from an apparent gunshot wound. A second male was found with a gunshot wound and was rushed to Gwinnett Medical Center- Lawrenceville, where he was later pronounced dead.

 Cpl. Michele Pihera said Monday that 24-year-old Davon Dayron Jones is facing two felony murder charges and two aggravated assault charges.
 
Dayron was awaiting transport to the Gwinnett County jail. It wasn't immediately clear whether he had attorney.

Police said the victims were family friends who had been invited to the home earlier in the day.

It's unclear what led to the shooting.

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