Police say Victor Campo Olguin was shot once in the neck and then died. Police have two men in custody, but they're telling police two different stories.
After two police barricades and a nine-hour stand off, police charged Jason Shauf and Carl Varner for shooting a man to death.
"Chambersburg City Police had developed information that possibly the people involved had fled to a residence," says Trooper Edward Asbury, with the Chambersburg State Police.
It's on Sollenberger Road where state police assisted in apprehending one of the suspects, Jason Shauf. They had asked neighbors to take cover in their basements or stay inside their home. The suspect was then considered armed and dangerous.
But according to police interviews, both suspects, Shauf and Varner, claimed they are innocent.
Shauf admitted to driving Varner to the place of the crime. Shauf says he heard shots fired and then took Varner back to his home on Sollenberger Road. He claims he didn't know someone died and was never armed.
"These suspects were armed and, they did, in the commission of their crime use fire arms," says Trooper Asbury.
Meanwhile, Varner says he was never at the scene of the crime. He says he got drunk and passed out at the Shauf residence the night of the crime.
He insists Shauf is "setting him up.
Both suspects are being held at the Franklin County jail without bond.
Police found weapons consistent with the evidence from the murder scene at Varner's home.