A man arrested in connection with a Tuesday shooting that left one man dead after a dispute over loud music is facing a murder charge.
Jail records show 37-year-old Stavros Stathakos was booked Tuesday on one count of murder with a deadly weapon in connection with the shooting. Stathakos is currently being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center and is awaiting his 48-hour hearing.
Police said an argument broke out between Stathakos and another man, whom family identified as Jamar Taylor at a vigil in his honor, in the parking lot of Kensington Suites, 2200 W. Bonanza Road.
Family held a vigil for Taylor at the apartment complex Wednesday night.
Metro said Stathakos started an argument over Taylor playing his music loud out of his vehicle. Police said Stathakos then drew a handgun and shot Taylor.
Stathakos handed the gun off to a witness before returning to his apartment, police said, where police eventually found and detained him. Taylor died at University Medical Center.