TYLER, Texas — UPDATE: On Saturday, Dakevian Beniot Scroggins, 27, a suspect who's been wanted in connection for a murder in May and placed on the DPS's Top 10 Most Wanted List, was apprehended.
Scroggins was caught by the Texas Against Gangs Taskforce, US Marshal's Fugitive Taskforce, Tyler Police Department Priority Response Team and Tyler Police Department Patrol, all without incident.
According to the Tyler Police Department, on May 13 around 7:30 a.m., officers responded to the 800 block of Crosby St. on report of a man who had been shot numerous times.
The victim was identified as Christopher Frank Eiglebiger, 33, of Tyler. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
On the following Wednesday, officials obtained a warrant for capital murder on Scroggins. He was considered armed and dangerous.
He also has warrants from other law enforcement agencies, including an active parole violation warrant issued by the Texas Boards of Pardons/Parole in Austin. Zaccheus Dunn, 23, of Tyler, was previously arrested as a suspect in this case and remains in the Smith County Jail on a capital murder charge.