ST. PAUL, Minn. - A bar owner shot dead in St. Paul last weekend was remembered as a strong community leader at a vigil on Saturday night.

More than 100 family and friends held the candlelight vigil for Vone Moua.

He was shot to death inside his Malina's Sports Bar last weekend shortly after closing time after a dispute with a customer over $20.

Moua, who was also a social worker, had owned the Frogtown neighborhood bar for at least a decade.

Police have arrested two people in connection with Moua's death.