DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Police arrested Donny Ray Geter, 42, Thursday, Feb. 4 for the murder of Joseph Kemp, 39, who was shot to death on Jan. 5.
The shooting happened in the 5000 block of Corrigan Court.READ MORE: Former Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Explains Why No Action Was Ever Taken Against Officer Bryan Riser, Now Charged With Capital Murder
Police said Geter was taken to the Dallas Police Headquarters Thursday and interviewed by a detective with the Homicide Unit.
Police have not released information on how detectives zeroed in on Geter as a suspect or what, if any, relationship there was between Geter and Kemp.
After the interview with the detective, police took Geter to jail and charged him with murder.READ MORE: Gov. Greg Abbott Responds To Criticism For Ending Mask Mandate, Fully Reopening Texas: 'There's Never Going To Be Uniform Agreement On This'
Witnesses told investigators, someone came out of a house, shot Kemp and then barricaded himself inside.
But police ultimately searched the home, they didn’t find anyone.
Bond has not been set yet.
CBS 11 will be able to provide more details once the arrest affidavit is released.MORE NEWS: Visit Fort Worth Launches Campaign Promoting Businesses That Encourage Mask-Wearing
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