Reward increased for tips leading to arrest of murder suspect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Reward increased for tips leading to arrest of murder suspect

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – Lubbock Police say a reward for the arrest of Arren Lamar Davis has been increased to $1,000.  Investigators believe that Davis is still in the Lubbock area and want the public's help to locate him.

Davis is considered to be armed and dangerous.  He's charged with murder for the December 19th shooting death of Brian Brinson.  He was found just after midnight near 24th Place and Avenue L.

Davis is a black male, 5'8" tall and around 140 pounds. Davis, along with Devante Jones, 18, and Zeven Sanders, 16, are all charged with Brinson's murder.

Jones is in the Lubbock County Detention Center on a $500,000 bond and Sanders is in the Juvenile Detention Center. The District Attorney is recommending a $500,000 bond for Davis.

According to Sanders' witness statement to the Lubbock Police, he claims Brinson touched him inappropriately in November. Brinson was a convicted sex offender. Sanders claimed in his sworn statement that a third man, Arenn Davis called "Black" was the one who shot and killed Brinson.

The arrest warrant states Davis asked Brinson for a ride, when he refused, that's when Sanders says he heard a gunshot and the car then crashed into a tree. The warrant goes on to say the three men returned and moved the car.

According to the arrest warrant, police say a partial print was lifted from the rear passenger window of Brinson's car which positively matched Davis' finger print.

If you have any information about Davis or where he is, you are urged to call Crime Line at 806-741-1000. You can remain anonymous.

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