Investigators charged 19-year-old Mason Z. Earle with two counts of murder in the second degree for the death of 20-year-old Alexander Burrow and 18-year-old Bruce Kane.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office made an arrest Thursday night in the Hamlin double homicide investigation.

Investigators charged 19-year-old Mason Z. Earle with two counts of murder in the second degree for the death of 20-year-old Alexander Burrow and 18-year-old Bruce Kane.

On Sept.10, the two Brockport High School graduates were found in a burned out car on King Street in Hamlin. Investigators later discovered that Burrow and Kane had also been shot.

Police say the suspect did know the victims. They also say that the incident was drug related, specifically to marijuana. This crime had people on edge in Hamlin.

"Thank God we have someone custody right now; that can put a little peace in the mind of the community. Sheriff Baxter told News10NBC.

"But [to] the families, we'll never be able to say anything that brings peace to them, except that we're going to pursue all other leads, put people in handcuffs and bring them before the court system" Baxter adds.

Earle was arraigned in Hamlin Town Court Thursday night. He is scheduled to reappear in court Wednesday, Oct. 3. at 8 a.m.

If convicted, Earle faces 25 years to life behind bars.