LAS VEGAS -- Rolando Cardenas, 55, has been booked into the Clark County Detention Center on charges related to the incident on Saturday in which two people were shot, one fatally, on a bus in Las Vegas. Cadenas surrendered after a standoff that lasted more than four hours.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department spokesman Larry Hadfield told reporters the second person shot had minor injuries and was hospitalized.
The shooting suspect remained on the coach bus for hours while tactical teams and negotiators came to the scene on Las Vegas Boulevard, which was closed between Flamingo Road and Tropicana Boulevard during the crisis.
Around 3:20 p.m. (6:20 p.m. ET), the man surrendered. Police said he had a handgun.
No one else was on the bus, a white double-decker with advertising wrapping on the windows that makes it difficult to see inside.
The incident is not related to terrorism, Hadfield said. There also is no evidence that the incident is connected to a robbery earlier Saturday at the Bellagio.
That robbery featured at least three well-dressed masked burglars, carrying sledgehammers, smashed their way into a high-end jewelry store early Saturday at one of Las Vegas' most luxurious hotels.
The burglary prompted authorities to lock down parts of the swanky Bellagio Resort & Casino and sent panicked guests rushing outside.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lt. Carlos Hank said the men were wearing suits and at least one had on a pig mask. Hank added authorities believe one of the men was carrying a gun.
The suspects had their faces concealed by masks and fled from the casino, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said.
One suspect was in custody and being interviewed by investigators Saturday.
Twitter user Kira Kamil described seeing the burglary.
"Literally just witnessed an armed robber in a pig mask at a Rolex store at the Bellagio & then his arrest," Kamil wrote.
No one was injured during the daring attempt, police said.
Twitter user Nino also said he was at the hotel at the time and "had to run to escape."
Authorities said it is too soon to put a price tag on the theft.