The Marin County Sheriff's Office says one man has been booked on suspicion of murder, while another has been let go, following a day of questioning in relation to a fatal shooting in the Dillion Beach area.
Following the early morning shooting at the Lawson's Landing campground of Dillon Beach, detectives detained two people for questioning, according to sheriff's Lt. Jamie Scardina.
"The second subject, Ken Neville a 56-year-old male from Dillon Beach, has been arrested for PC 187- Murder," Scardina said in an evening update on the case. "Neville has been booked into the Marin County Jail."
A 53-year-old Dillon Beach man was let go.
Original story as follows:
The Marin County Sheriff's Office is still questioning two men who
were detained after a fatal shooting in the Lawson's Landing campground of
Dillon Beach early Thursday morning.