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UPDATE: Roommate remembers double homicide victims

Victims were known and loved by many
Posted at 12:52 PM, Sep 20, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-23 22:05:46-04

LATEST: 13 Action News spoke with the sole roommate left alive after a double murder.

"I will miss him until I die. I'll think about him," said the man who identified himself as Randy.
The roommate said victim Kelly Naples was his longtime best friend.
"He had a heart of gold, the only man I know that you could rip him off and he'd still help you," said the man.
We also heard from a woman next door who says the suspect barged into her room right before the attack.
"He just laid down," said Mary May, "there was blood on the pillowcase, and I said what are you doing, get out of my bed."
May says she had a child with the victim, and once dated the alleged killer. 
Police have not released a motive but said the suspect's body was covered with heroin tracks.
UPDATE: 50-year-old Frank Interlicchia was arrested in connection to this case.He was taken into custody without incident. Interlicchia was booked at the Clark County Detention Center on two counts of Open Murder and one count of Home Invasion.



LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said that 2 people were found dead inside a residence on Tuesday.

It was reported around 12:25 p.m. on the 500 Block of Palo Verde Road, near Swenson Drive and Tropicana Avenue.

Police received a call about a man striking people with a bat at the Palos Verde Villas Apartments. On arrival, first responders found a woman and man dead from blunt force trauma to the head.

The Clark County coroner will release information about the victims after relatives have been notified. Friends have identified the victims as Robin Naples and her husband Kelly Naples.

Helene Hill said she can't believe Kelly is gone.

"No matter what surgeries he's ever had car accidents, anything he always recovered and he was there again, it's just," she said. "It's really over this time."

Hill says Kelly Naples raised her since she was a little girl.

"He touched so many people's lives," said Hill. 

13 Action News has learned that the suspect was a roommate who snapped, according to multiple loved ones and witnesses.

"He had problems, he had drug issues," said Hill. "But my dad didn't judge him, he let him stay there until he got on his feet."

Hill is now trying to honor the man who made such an impact on her life.

"I have a great loving family, cousins, aunts, everything, and I'm so thankful for him because he opened up all that for me," she said.

Police say the man is in custody in connection to this incident. Officials have not released his identity.