Update 6/24 – Police have Quintin Lowe in custody for this shooting.
Update 6/19 – Police detectives are still working the case, but LPD was unable to release additional information at this time. Capt. Jesse Hunter urged patience. “Be patient and trust the process, because it works,” Hunter said.
Update 6/18 – Police still have not yet made an arrest in this case.
Update 6/15– Police have still not made an arrest in this case. Residents with any information about the suspect are encouraged to call the LPD tip line at 972-219-8477.
Original story: A man is dead after an altercation over a parking space turned into a shooting on Business 121.
According to a press release from the Lewisville Police Department, two men got into an argument over parking spaces at the Park Timbers Apartments, 1902 S SH 121, late in the evening June 12. The eventual victim, 38-year-old William M. Booker III of Denton, ended the argument by kicking his neighbor’s black Dodge Challenger, and then speeding away on his motorcycle.
The neighbor pursued Booker north up Business 121, and almost two blocks later, eight to 10 shots rang out in quick succession, according to dispatch, at least one of which struck Booker. Booker turned down Oakwood Lane, where he would crash. Police were called in at 11:42 p.m., and Booker was transported to Medical City Lewisville with a gunshot wound, where he was pronounced dead at 12:28 a.m. The Tarrant County medical examiner ruled the death a homicide.
Police described the shooter on radio traffic as a skinny black male aged 25-30 who had possibly broken his nose in the past driving a black Dodge Challenger with a scratch in the driver’s side door. They said he is still at large.