A 31-year-old Fort Worth man was in custody Monday, accused of killing another man during an argument, police said.
Police did not release any details about the argument.
Jail records identified the suspect as Adan Zaragoza. He was booked into the Fort Worth Jail about 11 p.m. Sunday. Bail had not been set.
Zaragoza faces a murder charge in the killing of William Breeze, 35, of Fort Worth.
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Breeze was pronounced dead at 6:06 p.m. Sunday at a hospital shortly after he was found shot in the chest in the 3500 block of Pinto Trail in west Fort Worth, according to police and the Tarrant County medical examiner's website. A ruling on his death was pending an autopsy.
An initial investigation revealed that the motive for the shooting was an argument between the two men, police spokesman Daniel Segura said.
Zaragoza was arrested a short distance from the scene.
Staff writer Prescotte Stokes III contributed to this report.