Law officers arrest Dallas homicide suspect who had been sought in the ArkLaTex

Authorities at one time thought he could have been at a residence in Bossier City

Law officers arrest Dallas homicide suspect who had been sought in the ArkLaTex
Crime (Source: KSLA)

(KSLA) — The suspect in a fatal Dallas nightclub shooting was arrested after authorities got word that he would be traveling from Shreveport to Texas.

Dallas police and members of the U.S. Marshals North Texas Violent Fugitive Task Force captured 21-year-old Jonathanlacory Rogers on Monday, March 29. reports that he was found sitting in a vehicle parked at a gas station in Terrell, Texas.

Rogers now is being held in the Dallas jail on one count of capital murder and seven counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, booking records show. His bonds have been set at $1 million on the murder charge and $100,000 on each of the seven assault charges.

He is a suspect in the shooting March 20 at Pryme Bar that claimed 21-year-old Daisy Navarrete’s life. Seven other people also were wounded when someone fired into a crowd after a disturbance between two groups inside the nightclub, authorities have said.

Earlier this month, it was believed that Rogers could have been in Shreveport/Bossier City.

It was March 22 when law officers descended on a residence in the 1200 block of Olwen Drive in Bossier City. He was not found in the house that’s just south of Shed Road and off Meadowview Drive.

Among those involved in that search were Louisiana State Police, Bossier City police’s special operations and negotiations teams and members of the U.S. Marshals Service’s violent offenders task force.


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