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ONTARIO - Police officers have arrested a second man in connection to Monday morning's triple homicide in the 1000 block of South Magnolia Avenue.
Michael Andre Hall, 23, of Upland was arrested without incident at about 9:30 a.m. Friday at his home in the 1000 block of West Springfield Street.
Hall, who was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, has been accused of three counts of murder in the botched home-invasion robbery.
Steven Carter of Upland, who was arrested Tuesday, was arraigned Wednesday in West Valley Superior Court Wednesday in connection to the deaths.
Gang enhancements were added to the three charges of murder of which Carter is accused.
"Both of the suspects arrested are believed to be active gang members," police Sgt. David McBride said.
No details about Hall's involvement in the incident were released by police officers on Friday.
Brandon Perez was killed in his house on Magnolia when three men burst into it shortly after midnight.
Police said Perez and two of the invaders were killed in the ensuing gunbattle.
Police officers responded at 6:15 a.m. Monday to the Ontario home after receiving a report that an unconscious man - later identified as Aaron Philip Andrews, 25, of Upland - was in a driveway with a gunshot wound.
Police officers found Perez and Albert Lamar Thomas, 25, of Ontario inside the house.
Detectives said they still believe that Perez was specifically targeted by the suspects and the motive for the botched robbery was drug and/or weapon related.
Hall had a previous conviction for possession of marijuana over an ounce in December 2007.
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