Another man arrested in Euless murder of man forcibly tattooed with girlfriend’s name
A suspect in the February murder of a 22-year-old Arlington man in Euless was arrested Tuesday night after a massive search of a nature center in Dallas that lasted more than three hours.
The suspect, whom the authorities failed to identify, is one of five accused in the shooting of Younis Alhassinyani, according to KXAS-TV.
The suspect was arrested without incident around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cedar Ridge Preserve in Dallas, Dallas police said.
He is alleged to have been involved in the murder of Alhassinyani, who was forced to have his girlfriend's name tattooed on his neck and a separate tattoo on his back before he was shot.
Four other suspects, including Alhanssinyani's girlfriend, were arrested in March.
At around 5 p.m. Tuesday, agents from the US Marshal's task force in Block 9000 of High Plain Lane in Dallas were monitoring a suspect wanted in the Euless murder case.
The suspect was alerted to the authorities and fled to the Dallas Nature Center.
At that time, Dallas Police and Grand Prairie Police assisted the task force in cordoning off the area and beginning a search. Dallas Police and Texas Department of Public Safety helicopters were also used.
At around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, the suspect was found without incident and taken into custody. No officers were injured.
The suspect was treated by medical staff.
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