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Police arrest three people in shooting at The Orleans

Las Vegas police have arrested three people in connection with an attempted robbery and shooting that left one man injured inside a hotel room at The Orleans on Oct. 1.

Police said the first two suspects were arrested Monday. A third suspect was arrested Wednesday.

They are Amanda Mae Psomas, 25, Roderick Renee Sawyer, 30 and Asia Laqueese Jeter, 23. The suspects face multiple charges, including attempted murder, robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary with use of a deadly weapon, first-degree kidnapping with a deadly weapon and conspiracy to commit kidnapping.

Police said the injured victim was shot in the abdomen about 4:30 a.m. Oct. 1. He was taken to University Medical Center. His condition was unknown Wednesday.

Police said the incident might have been the result of prostitution activity.

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