Student arrested in the deadly shooting of two persons at a dorm at Colorado Springs University 

A student at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was arrested for the shooting deaths of two individuals at a campus dorm room.

Nicholas Jordan, 25, of Detroit, is suspected of two counts of first-degree murder.

The shooting occurred on Friday, and Jordan was enrolled at the university at the time. 

Police arrested Jordan without incident after spotting him in a car near campus on Monday morning.

The victims were identified as Samuel Knopp, a 24-year-old student, and Celie Rain Montgomery, 26, who was not enrolled at the school. 

Shots were heard at Crestone House, an on-campus dormitory, prompting a response from UCCS Police Department. 

The city police took over the investigation, ruling out a murder-suicide scenario. 

The incident appears to be isolated and involved parties known to each other, with no indication of a random attack against the school or other students. 

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