MIAMI (CBSMiami) – An arrest has been made in Friday’s shooting in a Fort Lauderdale shooting that injured two men.

Fort Lauderdale police said Palm Beach resident Carlos Diaz Mieses, 24, has been taken into custody and charged accordingly.

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The shooting happened at the Good Greek Moving and Storage Company, in the 3300 block of SW 12 Avenue. The business is in a new warehouse district just north of I-595 and the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.

Police said around 9 a.m., Mieses got into argument with another employee. When it escalated, a third employee tried to stop the fight. 

At one point, Mieses reportedly pulled a gun and shot the man he had been arguing with and the man who tried to break it up.

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“It was yelling, a fight, you could hear it was a fight,” said Joy, a resident who lives behind the warehouse district where the moving company is based.

Joy said since the warehouse district was built a couple of years ago, she’s lost more than her view.

“I’m ready to get out of here.  This used to be so tranquil, the country,” said.

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Both of the injured men were taken to Broward Health Medical Center in critical condition.

CBSMiami.com Team