Dallas police arrest suspected serial killer


This photo provided by Collin County, Texas, jail shows Jeremy Rashaud Harris. Police in Dallas say Harris has been arrested on murder warrants for two slayings in the city, another slaying in nearby Celina and is a suspect in another fatal Dallas shooting. (Collin County, Texas, jail via AP)

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Police have arrested a man linked to four different murders in north Texas. On Friday, the Dallas Police Department announced 31-year-old Jeremy Harris has been charged after allegedly going on a shooting spree earlier this month.

His rampage reportedly started on Halloween night when Harris allegedly shot and killed 19-year-old Robert Urrea, a student at Southern Methodist University who was walking home from a party.

Two weeks later, detectives connected Harris to several other killings, including the murder of his girlfriend’s father. Police said there may be evidence linking the 31-year-old to other crimes in the city as well.

As of now, Harris is being held on a $3 million bond and an investigation remains underway.

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