A man charged with killing two men after he was told to leave a party in Boston has been held without bail.
Nicholas Antoine was arraigned Monday on two counts of murder in connection with the June 6 shooting deaths of 26-year-old Wilfred Peters and 27-year-old Jeffrey Montaque in the city's Brighton neighborhood.
Prosecutors say a small group of people had gathered at Peters' home and at some point the 20-year-old Antoine was asked to leave.
They say he went to his car, retrieved a gun, returned to the party and opened fire before fleeing. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene.
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Antoine was arrested in Jonesboro, Georgia earlier this month.
Antoine's attorney declined comment when reached at his office.