LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Two Louisville men appeared before a judge on charges of murder, attempted murder and wanton endangerment Monday morning, but police are remaining tight-lipped.
Police have not said which murder investigation 20-year-old Trey Anderson and 24-year-old Michael Dunn are connected to, but both were officially arraigned on murder charges.
According to the arrest reports, both men admitted "to being a knowing participant in a shooting which resulted in the death of an individual, critically injured another, while placing others in risk of serious physical injury and death."
A judge ordered both men be held on a $500,000 cash only bond. She said both were dangers to the community and demanded they have no contact with the surviving victim or each other.
While police have not associated the two with a specific murder, residents in the Shawnee Neighborhood are connecting the arrests and charges to similarities in the area's latest murder.
A memorial continues to grow at a home on S. 37th Street where 16-month old Ne'Riah Miller was shot and killed last Wednesday. She and her mother, Cierra Twyman-Miller, were sitting on their front porch when both were shot in broad daylight. The mother received critical injuries to the abdomen, but survived.
While a police car monitors the block where the two were shot, as of Monday they are not confirming any arrests made in connection with the case.
We will continue to follow this story and bring you more information as it becomes available.