WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Wichita police have arrested a 19-year-old suspect in the shooting deaths of two people where were found in a parking garage in Old Town early Thursday morning.

Sedgwick County Jail records show Zachary Ramirez was booked at around 2:45 p.m. Thursday for two counts of first-degree murder and criminal discharge of a firearm. He was held without bond Friday morning. 

Zachary Ramirez

Officers responded at around 3:45 a.m. to an unknown call for police near the 300 block of North Moore. Police spokesperson Kristopher Gupilan said a street sweeper operator had found 20-year-old Josephina Lerma-Dominguez and 21-year-old Bryan Lara-Hernandez shot to death in a vehicle in the parking garage next to the recently-closed Regal Warren movie theater in the 300 block of North Mead.

Josie Dominguez and Bryan Hernandez

Police used Flock and surveillance cameras to help lead them to the suspect. 

Thursday morning's double shooting was Wichita's 4th and 5th homicides of the week. All five victims were shot. 

Thursday's shooting is also the second major in the last month in Old Town after 11 were injured at the City Nightz club on July 2nd.

That is a trend YO-B owner Nabil Bacha say he's noticed getting worse since he opened up shop nine years ago.

 “Especially the last two, three years I particularly called the city numerous of times, more than six, seven times,” said Bacha.

His business is just a few steps away from the parking garage where Lara-Hernandez and  Lerma-Dominguez were found.

Bacha said officers have always been quick to respond when he has had to call 911 for a problem near his business but he’s still seeing the same issues pop up more and more.

"The fact is the problems are happening, sooner or later is going to start scaring people from coming down here," Bacha explained. "So I would love to see a little bit more presence from the police to kind of keep at least the people happy in this area.”

"This is a very violent crime, and we understand what is going on in the city," Gupilan said. "And we are doing the best that we can and using the resources that we have available to ensure that the public remains in a safe place."