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Man Killed His Sister's Former Boyfriend During An Argument In Texas Home, Police Say

Darius Brown
Source: Arlington police; MEGA

Darius Brown.

Sep. 10 2022, Published 11:04 a.m. ET

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A Texas man who police say fatally shot his sister's former boyfriend was arrested.

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According to CBS News, Arlington police arrested Darius Brown, 32, in connection to the death of Donald Hunt last month. At approximately 4 p.m. Aug. 26, police found Hunt dead in an apartment in the 2100 block of Cypress Club Drive.

On Sept. 3, the U.S. Marshals North Texas Fugitive Force arrested Brown, CBS News reported. According to Brown's arrest warrant, Brown's sister, who has not been identified, said she was in an argument with Hunt in which he made "physical contact with her."

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The woman told police that someone at the apartment contacted her brother before he made it to the apartment complex. According to CBS News, the woman told police that Brown and Hunt "engaged in an argument" in the living room. She said she walked down the hallway, away from them, and still heard them arguing before a moment of silence and then several gunshots.

According to CBS News, a witness who lives nearby told police that Brown told Hunt, "I told you, you are not going to keep putting your hands on my sister." The witness said they heard four gunshots and then saw Brown run down the stairs, get in his car and drive away.

Brown is in Arlington City jail facing a murder charge.


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