The two victims were rushed to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Aaron Nolan Williams, 35, was shot in the face and neck, and Javier Gaytan, 36, was shot in the head, the coroner said. Both deaths were ruled homicides.
The coroner’s office said Castellano died from a gunshot wound to the chest. His death has been ruled a homicide.
The chase ended in a cemetery in the 5400 block of Brighton Boulevard in Denver, Cooley said.
Kamiga is being held without bond at Arapahoe County Jail. Investigators are not looking for any other suspects in connection to the shooting deaths.
Cooley said police don’t have any suspect information and investigators are looking for witnesses.
Cooley said police detained a “person of interest” after the shooting but that person has not been arrested or charged.
Dustin Dwight Freeman is currently being held at the Arapahoe County Jail without bond in connection with the May 16 slaying at 11913 E. Maple Ave., police said.
“Why are people feeling so emboldened and willing to pull a gun out and point it at an officer?” Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz said during a press conference detailing the latest officer-involved shooting.