Police in Fort Worth, Texas arrested and charged a third man in the shooting death of Dallas community leader Jin Shin.
Quamon Deshun White was arrested on Jan. 1 and charged with murder for the death of Shin, Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
According to WFAA, the shooting occurred at the intersection of South University Drive and the Interstate 30 entrance ramp after a minor accident escalated to an argument.
An affidavit states that Shin was surrounded by eight people, attempting multiple times to return to his Jeep before eventually being shot by West.
Friends and family described Shin as “more than a pillar of the community,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. A GoFundMe fundraiser was set up by friends to help Shin’s family with funeral and legal expenses. It has raised more than $100,000.
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