Two people were murdered in a Dallas warehouse on Valentine's Day, though police have said the motive for the killing remains unknown a month later.
Dallas police responded to a call regarding a dead person on Feb. 14. Once at the location, police found two unidentified men inside the warehouse killed from homicidal violence, authorities said.
Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to the call and pronounced both men dead at the scene.
The deceased men were later identified as Jose Manuel Dominguez, 24, and Kevin Michael Smith, 52. Smith is survived by his mother and two daughters, according to an online obituary. He enjoyed water skiing, drawing and creating his own music on his guitar.
"Kevin will be remembered as a loving father, son, brother, nephew, and cousin," the obituary reads.
Dominguez is survived by his wife and two daughters, according to his online obituary. He also is survived by his brothers, sisters and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
The US Marshal’s North Texas Fugitive Task Force arrested Gustavo Adolfo Gonzalez, a 38-year-old Latin male, on March 16, authorities said.
Gonzalez was taken to the Dallas County Jail and charged with Capital Murder. He remains in jail and no bond has been set.
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