SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – An arrest has been made in the suspected home invasion robbery that left two people dead.

Shots rang out about 4 a.m. Sunday in an apparent robbery at a home on 68th Street near 38th Avenue. Two people were found dead, Sacramento police say.

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Investigators could be seen coming and going from the house reported to be completely converted into a pot grow. Detectives were seen using metal detectors searching other areas.

“That’s scary that someone got killed and it probably happened down the street from where I was sleeping,” said neighbor Susana Avalos.

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Detectives have said that the home is a suspected marijuana grow house.

Officers say a third victim was found a short distance away on Cunningham Way. That person received a non-life threatening wound.

Monday, police announced that 46-year-old Sacramento resident Sean Huang had been arrested in connection to the incident. Detectives say they do not believe there are any other suspects.

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