UPDATE: New Information About Murder of Joshua Brown, Key Witness In Amber Guyger Trial
A lot of suspicion has surrounded the Amber Guyger case. And it seems like even more after the trial.
First, there was hug that went viral from the judge in the case to the convicted cop. Then the hug from the brother. But one of the most weird things is that of the murder of Joshua Brown, a witness in the Amber Guyger trial.
The 28-year-old was a key prosecution witness in the trial of Guyger, who was convicted last week in the 2018 killing of her neighbor, Botham Jean. Brown lived across the hall from Jean and testified that he heard two people “meeting by surprise,” followed by two shots, the night Jean died.
Brown was shot to death at a separate apartment complex Friday, just 10 days after taking the stand.
As of 6:12 a.m. Wednesday new information has come up.
According to the Dallas News, Dallas police identified three suspects Tuesday in connection with Brown’s death.
Tuesday evening, NBC News reported that the second of the three, Michael Diaz Mitchell, had been taken into custody in Louisiana. Dallas police later confirmed that he had been taken into custody by U.S. marshals in Marksville, La.
Earlier that day, Assistant Chief Avery Moore said that one of the suspects, Jacquerious Mitchell, 20, was in custody at Parkland Hospital.
On Tuesday, Assistant Chief Avery Moore said that one of the suspects, Jacquerious Mitchell, 20, was in custody at Parkland Hospital.
During that news conference, held at Dallas police headquarters, officials said Brown was fatally shot Friday in a drug deal gone bad at an apartment complex on Cedar Springs Road. All three suspects came from Alexandria, La., to purchase drugs from him, police said.
The third suspect, Thaddeous Charles Green, 22, remains at large.
The announcement of the suspects’ names came as pressure increased from community leaders for an…