PHOENIX - A homicide suspect who allegedly shot a man over a $15 debt was arrested in Phoenix Friday afternoon.
Phoenix police Sgt. Steve Martos confirmed Jarvis Crush was taken into custody at 19th Avenue and Glendale Avenue.
Police had been searching for Crush since last week, when he allegedly shot 25-year-old Anthony DeMartini during an argument over a $15 debt. DeMartini later died at the hospital.
Air15 video showed a large police presence at the scene.
Helicopter footage also showed a woman being taken into custody.
Details about the incident are developing.
Check for more updates on ABC15 and abc15.com as they become available.
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