UPDATE: Coroner identifies victim in Pecos, Bonanza shooting

UPDATE ON JAN. 2: 42-year-old Tina L. Jackson has been named as the second victim in the shooting in the 3700 block of East Bonanza Road.

UPDATE ON DEC. 29: The Clark County Coroner identified 50-year-old Mark Cooley from Las Vegas as one of the victims who was shot and killed on Wednesday.

The identity of the other deceased victim will be released at a later date.

UPDATE ON DEC. 28: 38-year-old Jawanna Chapman-Doucet and 46-year-old Clarence Wilson we arrested in connection with Wednesday's shooting.

An investigation from Las Vegas police indicated that a family member of Chapman-Doucet was involved in a domestic dispute at the residence where the shooting happened.

Police say Chapman-Doucet drove from her California home with her boyfriend, Wilson, and another adult male. Once they arrived at the residence, they asked to use the restroom.

While in the residence, a physical altercation took place between a male resident of the home and the man who arrived with Chapman-Doucet.

Chapman-Doucet left the residence to get a handgun out of her car. She gave it to Wilson. He then fired multiple rounds towards the residence.

Meanwhile, Chapman-Doucet's family member and the other passenger left the home. All of them got into the car with Chapman-Doucet and Wilson, and they drove down the street to call the police.

Wilson was arrested on several charges related to the shooting, including two counts of murder.

Chapman-Doucet was also arrested and faces one count of sale or transfer of a firearm to a prohibited person.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact police at 702-828-3521. To remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

ORIGINAL STORY

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- Five people were shot during a dispute at a Las Vegas apartment complex.

Investigators say they’re working to interview more than a dozen witnesses to the shooting that killed two people.

The shooting happened around 8 p.m. Wednesday at a complex near Bonanza and Pecos roads.

After three hours police said they were getting conflicting stories from many of those involved.

In fact, four people inside a vehicle that police initially described as a suspect vehicle called to report they were involved after driving a mile and a half from the scene. 

Police have since said the people in the vehicle are people of interest.

Police are expected to spend all night trying to figure out what happened. At this stage, detectives say they believe those involved have some sort of relationship.

In addition to the two victims who died, police say three others were taken to the hospital. Two of those victims are said to be in critical condition. The third person reportedly has superficial wounds.

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