A second man has been arrested in the killing of a Dallas mother who was trying to sell her daughter’s iPhone in the parking lot outside Medieval Times.
Javan Jamal Bush, 25, was the getaway driver in the shooting Sunday evening, according to an arrest warrant affidavit released by Dallas police Thursday night.
Martha Teran, 42, had gone to the Medieval Times parking lot to sell the cellphone to Bush and Lonzell Hunter, the affidavit says.
Her family has said she met the men through the OfferUp app, which allows users to buy and sell items through localized listings.
When she arrived at the parking lot, Hunter, 22, took the phone from her and shot her once, police have said.
She was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Hunter was arrested Wednesday. Both he and Bush face capital murder charges.
The affidavit Thursday says an unidentified black man was with Hunter and Bush the day of the shooting.
Teran’s adult daughter witnessed the shooting and described the shooter “with great detail” to police. Police linked the suspects’ getaway car, a white four-door Infiniti, to Bush.
Investigators also linked Bush’s cellphone to being near Hunter at the time of the shooting, though Bush claimed he was in South Oak Cliff. Bush told police he had loaned his car to Hunter, who was going to sell a phone to a woman off Stemmons Freeway.
Bush was in jail Thursday night with his bail set at $500,000.