DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Police obtained an arrest warrant for a young man they say shot and killed an 18-year-old woman who was looking out her window.

Jeremy Lamont Warren, 19, faces charges for the murder of Nequacia Jacobs that happened at 5710 Highland Hills Drive on February 24.

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Jeremy Lamont Warren

Warren was already in the custody of the Dallas County Sheriff for unrelated charges and his bail has been set at $150,000.

Police said, the victim, Jacobs, and her sister were standing in their second-floor apartment just after 2:00 p.m. that day when they heard a disturbance outside.

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Nequacia Jacobs (Family Photo)

According to police, when they went to their window to look, a man they didn’t know, shot at them from the lower level. Jacobs was shot in the torso and was killed.

The 16-year-old sister was shot in the back and was seriously hurt, but was not killed.

Dallas Police said they connected Warren to the scene through his car, a white Dodge Charger seen on surveillance video.

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Police say this is the suspect in the shooting. (Dallas PD)