Eric Black faces a charge of capital assassination in Jr. Jazzman's death. The second-grader was riding his car with his mother and three sisters, while he died on 30 December morning.
S The lawyer who advised Lee Merit, the Barnes family, said that the arrest was "welcome news for the family."
Merit told CNN on Sunday morning, "At the same time, it was a big setback for the family." "To this point, at least four independent witnesses and a joint sketch identified the primary suspect as 40-something-year-old-white-white man."
Maritette tweeted that it might be difficult to understand the discrepancy, "It is imaginary that the witnesses have confused Bystender, who had escaped for the real shooter."
Possible case of false identity
Shortly after Jasmine was killed, both Sheriff's office and Jazzmini's mother said that the shooting was unclear. As the suspicious officials ignored, they also did the same purpose.
Now the authorities say gunmen is trying to hit someone else.
The Sheriff's office said, "At this time the investigators do not believe that Jasmine was a target of shooting the family, and probably was shot as a result of a misidentification."
"Investigators continue to push forward the evidence that may lead to other suspected persons accused in this case."
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On the morning of Jazmin's death, she and her sisters were still in their pajamas because their mom returned to Joe Vani's smart shop to get supplies for breakfast.
At about 7 o'clock, a man came in front of his car and opened fire, Jasmine's mother told Loporshaw Washington.
Washington, 30, was shot in hand, while Jasmin's 6-year-old sister was hit with a scattered glass. Jasmine's two teenage sisters were not injured.
But after a few minutes, Jasmine was told to be dead.
Supporting an Outputing
Washington, who is still rescuing from the shooting scourge, thanked everyone who came to honor her daughter. She said that Jasmine will celebrate her birthday next month.
"I tell you, every time you reach for me, I can hold my head," she said. "I wake up in the morning."
The death of Jazmin's death has affected the countryside.
According to the organizers, Jazzman will also be remembered on Tuesday during "Justice for Jaysin Barness Community Rally" to be honored "To all the victims killed in Houston / Harris County".
With the view at the Gas House International Church, services for Jazzini will start on Tuesday, March 10. Her funeral is in the afternoon. Jazzman's favorite color – Mortars plans to release purple balloons.
CNN's Kelly Hartung and Ray Sanchez contributed to this report.