Suspect in shooting that killed 19-year-old brought back to Dallas to face charges

The 27-year-old man accused of killing a 19-year-old and injuring three others in a shooting in South Dallas last week has been extradited back to Dallas after he was arrested near Amarillo.

Jeremiah Moore was taken into custody in Donley County. He has been charged with murder and is being held on $1 million bond in the Dallas County Jail.

Moore was arrested for two separate shootings on Elsie Faye Heggins Street on Sept. 25.

According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Moore knocked on one of his neighbors' doors at an apartment complex.


19-year-old killed, 3 injured in South Dallas shooting

Four people were shot, and one of them died in an afternoon shooting in South Dallas Monday.

Savannah Rodriguez, who went by Savannah Chavez, was walking to the front door to answer it when she was hit by multiple shots that were fired through the door.

The 19-year-old graduated from high school earlier this year and had just celebrated a birthday.

Her boyfriend, 18-year-old Christopher Morales, and her grandmother, Minerva Arredondo, were also shot but survived.

Investigators said Moore then drove to a nearby car wash and fired shots at a group of people who were sitting in the parking lot. A man in that group was injured in the shooting.

The motive for the shootings is still unclear.

A witness told investigators he heard Moore threaten to shoot people he believed were "messing" with his wife at the apartment complex, the affidavit states.

Chavez's family said they had seen Moore on occasion at the complex but did not know him.

They also do not know the victim who was shot at the car wash.