TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Sierra Vista police arrested a man accused of killing two people in a Tuesday night shooting.
Police say Devon Neff, 21, shot and killed two people outside Filiberto's restaurant at 735 E. Fry Blvd. at about 7 p.m.
He then called police, saying he shot the men in self-defense. He was booked into Cochise County Jail and faces two counts of second-degree murder.
Police say Neff and at least one of the victims knew each other.
On Thursday, SVPD arrested two California men on drug and weapons charges related to the incident.
Police say the deadly shooting was tied to an illegal drug sale debt.
According to video shot at the scene, police say a Chrysler 300 pulled up next to a Dodge Challenger in the Filiberto's parking lot. One of the victims -- 25-year-old Landon Klein -- exited the car and went to the driver's window of a Dodge Challenger driven by Neff.
After a conversation between Klein and Neff, Klein punched Neff several times before walking away. Neff then pulled out a gun and shot Klein, who ran away.
Neff then exited the vehicle and walked to the rear of the Challenger. Neff shot the passenger of the Chrysler, 25-year-old Honeylynne Garcia. He then crouched behind his own vehicle and shot at Garcia three or four times.
Neff then got inside his vehicle and left the scene. Klein and Garcia both died.
Police searched Neff's home and seized several items related to illegal drug activity. They obtained a search warrant for Klein's residence and found drugs and guns. The evidence led to the arrests of 21-year-old Roger Garcia and 25-year-old DJ Garcia on Wednesday, July 14, both who are from Salton City, California. They were both charged with possession of marijuana for sale, possession of dangerous drugs for sale, and four counts of misconduct with weapons.
Those with information should call (520) 452-7500.