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Arrests made in two overnight homicides

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Richmond police are investigating two overnight homicides both of which they say stemmed from fights.

Just before 9:00p.m. officers responded to shots fired in the 1400 block of Overlook Street.

22-year-old Christopher Johnson was found shot to death.

Police arrested 24-year-old Brandon Spence and charged him with the murder.

Police say the men knew each other and were having an argument.

And a case of domestic violence turned deadly in the 3900 block of Piney Road.

60-year-old William Bagley Senior has been charged in the murder of his son.

Around 8:30 Friday night, police were called out for the report of a shooting.

They found 38-year-old William Bagley Junior suffering from a gunshot wound.

He later died at the hospital.

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