DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Police have arrested the man they’ve been looking for in the Pryme Bar Dallas murder on Saturday, March 20.

Jonathanlacory Rogers, 21, was captured on Monday, March 29 in Terrell.

Jonathanlacory Rogers (credit: Lew Sterrett Jail)

The U.S. Marshals North Texas Violent Fugitive Task Force, along with the Dallas Police Department, arrested Rogers after receiving intelligence that he would be traveling from Shreveport, Louisiana to Texas.

He was arrested while sitting in a parked vehicle at a Shell gas station.

“Through our collaborative efforts with our Task Force partners we continue to protect our community and reduce crime by bringing violent offenders to justice,” said Quintella Downs-Bradshaw, Acting United States Marshal.

Rogers, who allegedly shot eight people at the nightclub,  will be charged with capital murder and seven counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Police Chief Eddie Garcia said, “Proud of our men and women.This is what relentless follow up, looks like! Club Pryme murder suspect CAPTURED! @DallasPD, in partnership with the North Texas Fugitive Task Force, captured Jonathanlacory Rogers. He will be charged with murder and seven counts of aggravated assault.”

 

Police said there was some sort of disturbance between two groups inside the nightclub, leading to an unknown suspect firing shots into a crowd.

A total of eight people were injured in the shooting and taken to area hospitals.

Police said one of the victims, identified as 21-year-old Daisy Navarrete, died from her injuries.