LOUISVILLE, Ky (WHAS11) -- Louisville Metro Police held a news conference Tuesday where they confirmed two men arrested and charged with murder over the weekend are connected to the shooting death of Ne'Riah Miller.
Twenty-year-old Trey Anderson and 24-year-old Michael Dunn were taken into custody over the Labor Day weekend and were officially arraigned on murder, attempted murder and wanton endangerment charges Monday.
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.
During Tuesday's news conference, police said they would not go into detail about the specifics of the case, but did say the two men played a "significant" role in the shooting.
Anderson and Dunn are accused of killing 16-month-old Ne'Riah "Nene" Serenity Miller and injuring her mother, Cierra Twyman-Miller, Aug. 27. Police said the mother and daughter were sitting on the porch of their home on the 100 block of S. 37th Street when they were shot in broad daylight.
Police said information from various sources led them to the suspects and more arrest are possible. Police also said they have yet to establish a clear motive.
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