A man accused in the highway slaying of a Denton motorcyclist with whom he fought over a parking spot has been arrested in Dallas, Lewisville police said.
Quintin Lowe, 28, was booked into the Dallas County Jail early Sunday morning, according to jail records.
"He was arrested by a state trooper on a traffic stop," said Capt. Dan Rochelle of the Lewisville police.
Lowe, who public records indicate is a Dallas resident, faces a charge of murder in the slaying of William M. Booker, 36, of Denton and a previous charge of assaulting and choking a family or household member, according to jail records.
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He's being held on $250,000 bail on the murder charge and $50,000 on the assault charge.
On June 12, police say Lowe and Booker fought over a parking spot at an apartment complex in the 1900 block of State Highway 121 Business. Booker kicked Lowe's car, police say, and took off on his motorcycle.
Lowe pursued him onto the highway and shot him from his car, hitting him in the back, according to police and records from the Tarrant County medical examiner.
Booker crashed his motorcycle on Oakwood Lane and died, police said.