PHOENIX - One man is dead and a teenager is in critical condition after a shootout at a Phoenix apartment complex Saturday over drugs, police said.
According to Phoenix PD, officers responded to an apartment complex in the area of 4000 N. 44th Avenue for reports of a shooting.
Meanwhile, other officers responded to a local hospital where two people were in the emergency room with gunshot wounds.
Officers found the two incidents to be connected and began investigating.
Police found that Marquis Momon, 21, and Mozafer Babiker, 20, and three teenagers went to the apartment complex to rob Telvin Goll, 18.
Three of the five suspects went up to Goll's apartment and forced open the door. The suspects began shooting at Goll, who returned fire.
Goll was shot and died at the scene, police said.
Momon and one of the teens were also shot and fled the scene in a vehicle and were driven to a hospital.
Momon was treated and released. The teen is still in critical condition.
According to police, Babiker and Momon were booked into Maricopa County Jail and are charged with first degree murder among other felony charges.
Police believe drugs were involved in the incident.