In Lancaster County, the man wanted in connection with Wednesday night's shooting death in Columbia turned himself in to police Thursday morning.
Authorities were looking for 36-year-old Mario Casanova-Lanzo of Lancaster. He was considered armed and dangerous.
Casanova-Lanzo broke into his wife's home in Colombia and killed a man. Although Mario and Holly Casanova are married, they are legally separated.
Shortly after 10 o'clock Wednesday night, police were called to the 200 block of North Third Street. Casanova-Lanzo, is accused of forcing his way into the home of his estranged wife who recognized him.
According to court documents, she heard glass breaking before the shooting and then fled the home.
The victim is 36-year-old Parrish Thaxton of the Bronx, New York. He was found in a second-floor bedroom.
The coroner says he died of multiple gun shots to the head and chest.
Shawn Smith lives across the street..
"It was a little after 10,” Smith commented. “I saw lights outside and went out. Police interviewed me. Told me there was a shooting. I was shocked."
Smith says he never met the victim, but he knew the defendant, Casanova-Lanzo.
"I talked to him a couple of times on occasion. They kept to themselves a lot,” Smith explained. “I know there were six kids that lived in there with him. I believe all of them were there last night.”
"I don't know her, I never really talked to her,” Smith added. “She pretty much stayed in the house."
Casanova-Lanzo turned himself in to Lancaster Police Thursday morning.
He was arraigned on criminal homicide and burglary and committed to Lancaster County Prison.