Fort Worth police arrested a 17 year old along with two other men for three separate murders in Fort Worth.
The arrest began Monday around 3 p.m. when Fort Worth police arrested 42-year-old Christopher Carrollon suspicion of murder for a homicide that took place on April 10.
He is accused of killing 35 year old Meliton Salinas who was found deceased inside his vehicle on the 700 block of Tierney Road. Tarrant County Medical Examiners determined his cause of death was from multiple gunshot wounds.
Later that day Fort Worth police also arrested 17-year-old Arterris Dupree, who was the third teen arrested for capital murder in the June 30 homicide.
17 year old Demond Deadrick Mason died at the hospital after being found on the 7800 block of South Freeway. He died from multiple gunshot wounds to his neck and forearm.
Two other teens Carlton Jones, 18, and Ladarius White, 17, were already arrested and facing charges in the fatal shooting.
On Tuesday Fort Worth police arrested 28-year-old Carlos Valdez for the murder of 30 year old Fabricio Rivera-Perez.
Rivera-Perez worked for Canales Furniture. He was driving a delivery truck when his vehicle was carjacked on the 3800 block of Reed Street.
His actual cause of death is still pending.