PHOENIX -- Police in Phoenix have identified the victim and arrested the suspected in a deadly West Phoenix shooting.
Officers were called out to an apartment complex in the area of 33rd and Dunlap avenues at about 4 a.m.
Early details were sketchy, but several people who were at a party at the apartment complex heard the shot. One man said he heard as many as three shots.
Police later determined that it started with a verbal altercation between the victim, now identified at Haki Miggins, and the suspect Anthony Granado.
The altercation turned physical. Police said Granado, 21, pulled a handgun at some point and shot Miggins. The 29-year-old's body was inside one of the units a short time later.
Neighbors said the particular unit where the victim was found has had quite a bit of turnover.
Officer Luis Samudio of the Phoenix Police Department said information about Granado was give to detectives with the Major Offenses Bureau. Officers picked him up Thursday afternoon.
Samudio said Granado admitted his involvement in the shooting when homicide detectives interviewed him.