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Crime One arrested, second at large in slaying of Andre Emmett Jr., police say

18:50  21 october  2019
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Police released surveillance video Tuesday of the two suspects wanted in connection to Andre Emmett was shot after he got out of his vehicle and ran. The video shows the two suspects then Police did not provide detailed descriptions of the assailants but said in a statement that they ask if

Police previously said they were looking for two suspects, who they say robbed a watch and necklace from the 37-year-old ex-New Jersey Net before killing him. Emmett gave up the items and tried to run away — when one of the suspects shot him, cops said . Emmett who also played for the Memphis

One man is in custody and a second remains at large in connection with the September slaying of ex-NBA and Texas Tech University player Andre Emmett Jr., according to Dallas police officials.

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Dallas police said they believe 32-year-old Keith Johnson and 29-year-old Michael Lucky are the men responsible for the robbery and fatal shooting of Emmett on Sept. 23.

Keith Johnson, 32, faces a capital murder charge. He is in the Dallas County jail in lieu of more than $500,000 bail.

Police are still looking for Lucky, officials said. He also faces a capital murder charge.

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Emmett, 37, was found wounded around 2:30 a.m. Sept. 23 on North Prairie Avenue near his home. He was taken to the hospital, where he later died.

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Two men were arrested in Emmett 's slaying but were acquitted less than a month later by an Milam and Bryant were acquitted of murder in the slaying of Emmett Till. I first heard about Lewis through her uncle, Ben Chaney, younger brother of James Chaney, the civil rights activist slain in Mississippi in 1964. Martin Luther King Jr . used to like to say , "The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends

One suspect was involved with the slayings , the police said , and the other was believed to have driven the getaway car. Chief Abbruzzi said the police were investigating why so much money was in the house. Mrs. Bernard's husband, George Desmond Bernard, is serving a seven-year sentence in

The former David W. Carter High School basketball star was sitting in his car outside his residence when two men approached him. One of the men pulled out a gun and shot Emmett while he was running away, police said.

Witnesses told police the men fled in a white Chrysler 300.

Police later released images of a watch and a necklace taken from Emmett.

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After attending high school in Dallas, Emmett went on to play basketball from 2000 to 2004 at Texas Tech University, where Bob Knight was his coach for three of the four seasons.

He remains the university's second all-time scorer and was named All-American his senior year.

In 2004, he was drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics as a 35th overall pick in the NBA draft. He was later traded to the Memphis Grizzlies and went on to play for the New Jersey Nets.

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He also played for several NBA developmental league teams, including in 2006 with the Dallas Mavericks for the Las Vegas Summer League.

In 2018, Emmett was the second overall pick in the 2018 BIG3 league, a 3-on-3 basketball league founded by rapper and actor Ice Cube. He was entering his second season with the league when he was killed.

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Dallas police have not said who was the triggerman in Emmett's death.

Emmett's family said they couldn't believe anyone would want to harm him.

"He didn't deserve this," Emmett's sister said. "There's not one bad think that I think anybody could say about him. He touched a lot of people's lives, a lot of people's hearts, and a lot of people looked up to him."

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