Mequon (AP) -- A complaint says an argument over $5 in gas money may have led a 20-year-old man to allegedly kill his parents in a Milwaukee suburb.
Dennis Markov was charged Thursday with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide in the shooting deaths of his parents, 45-year-old Victor and 39-year-old Larissa Markov.
Police found their bodies Tuesday in the garage of their Mequon (MEH'-kwan) home and arrested the son.
According to the complaint, Dennis Markov told police he had asked his father for $5 in gas money. When his father refused, the two got into an argument. The son then allegedly got a rifle and shot his father.
When his mother returned from errands, Markov allegedly shot her.
The Journal Sentinel reports bail was set at $1 million.