SEATTLE (AP) -- A judge has found probable cause to hold a Seattle man on investigation of homicide, assault and unlawfully having a firearm in connection with a deadly shooting at a Seattle light rail station Friday.
The Seattle Times reports the 20-year-old man's bail was set at $2 million. Charges are expected Thursday.
Police say the man was arrested Monday in Bellevue.
Police believe the shooting was connected to an argument among three men on downtown streets that moved below ground to the tunnel station.
Killed in the shooting was 21-year-old Dawda Corr who died from multiple gunshot wounds, according to the King County Medical Examiner's Office.
One of two injured men was discharged from Harborview Medical Center Saturday and hospital spokeswoman Susan Gregg says the second remained in satisfactory condition Tuesday.
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