DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Police arrested and charged a 19-year-old for the murder of a 39-year-old woman who lived in the same home and was dating the suspect’s mother.
Police said Brad Maximus Robertson shot and killed Ambra Brown.READ MORE: Texas Power Company Brazos Electric Files For Bankruptcy Protection After Deadly Winter Storms
Police said on Saturday, June 13, officers responded to a shooting call at the 6000 block of Crosswood Lane around 3:00 a.m..
Police said Brown had suffered from gunshot wounds and was rushed to the hospital.READ MORE: Dallas Tax Preparer Headed To Prison, Ordered To Pay $11 Million For Filing Fake Tax Returns
Witnesses reported that the victim and the suspect got into an argument and Robertson allegedly pulled out a handgun and shot Brown.
Robertson was arrested for aggravated assault and was released on bond.
But on Sunday, June 14, Brown died.MORE NEWS: Dallas Detectives Searching For Man, Woman In Connection To Fatal Shooting At Murphy Express Gas Station
Robertson was then arrested for murder. His bond has not yet been set.