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Dallas homicide suspect arrested in northeast Amarillo

Ashley Ware Ashley Ware
L.J. Toliver L.J. Toliver

AMARILLO, TX - A suspect in a murder investigation which occurred in Dallas on November 5th was taken into custody in Amarillo.

Law enforcement authorities arrested 20 year-old Ashley Ware in the 3600 block of NE 24th Street Thursday evening on an outstanding warrant for capital murder.

L.J. Toliver, who was with Ware, was also arrested on unrelated outstanding warrants for probation violations for assault on a peace officer, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Toliver is also a suspect in the murder investigation of Cecil Williams during a robbery at the victim's home.

Both Ware and Toliver were transported and booked into the Potter County Correction Center. 

The Amarillo Police Department along with the Potter County Sheriff's Office, Homeland Security, and the Amarillo division of the U.S. Marshals North Texas Fugitive Task Force conducted the arrest, and the Dallas Police Department is leading the murder investigation.

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