UPDATE 5:32 p.m.--A warrant for murder has been issued for Marques Jujuan Thompson, 20,
Nichlos Muldrow died Tuesday afternoon after he was shot several times in a parking lot behind Whataburger on New Boston Road.
Thompson is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on Thompson's location is asked to call TTPD at 903-798-3116 0r Crimestoppers at 903-793-STOP.
TTPD detectives were looking for Thompson last week for allegedly having shot a man twice within few days of each other.
He also had felony warrants for probation violation on an aggravated assault conviction where he shot someone else in 2017 and for stalking/intimidation.
TEXARKANA, Texas —A man died Tuesday afternoon after he was shot multiple times in an Oaklawn Village parking lot on New Boston Road, according to police.
The victim has not been identified. Police are looking for a male suspect who was driving a black SUV, said Shawn Vaughn, Texarkana, Texas Police Department spokesman.
The shooting was reported about 11:35 a.m. Tuesday in the parking lot in front of Harbor Freight and behind Whataburger, Vaughn said.
After he was shot, the victim managed to drive his car to the front of Whataburger where it struck a tree and then rolled back in front of the restaurant.
"There are two crime scenes," Vaughn said."The back part of the parking lot where the shooting happened and where the car came to rest at Whataburger."
The victim was taken to a local hospital where he died shortly after arriving, according to police.
Police do not believe anyone else was injured.
Preliminary information does not indicate the victim worked anywhere in Oaklawn Village.
The shooting is the first homicide of the year for TTPD. The last fatal shooting of 2020 was about two weeks ago on December 30 in the Chili's parking lot.
No arrests have been made in that shooting.
Police do not believe there is any connection between the two shootings but continue to investigate, Vaughn said.
Anyone with any information on either of these shootings, is asked to call TTPD at 903-798-3116 or Crimestoppers at 903-793-STOP.
Please check back for updates to this story as they become available.