Teen accused in fatal shooting of 13-year-old girl in Arkansas captured in Arlington

After being stopped in Arlington, a 17-year old suspect in the fatal shooting death of a girl 13 years old in Arkansas was taken into custody by Tarrant County.Tahmarcus Steward was taken into custody without incident during an Arlington stop at Interstate 30 and Collins Street, police stated.Stewart was held in Tarrant County Jail, Fort Worth, Monday as he waited to be extradited to North Little Rock Arkansas.Arlington detectives are working with the U.S. The U.S. Marshals Service North Texas Fugitive Task Force received the information Stewart was in Arlington, and located Stewart on Thursday afternoon.KARK-TV reports that Stewart was accused of murdering Arianna Staggers, 13-year-old, in March.We gave up on hope. Arianna's uncle LaReem Staggers said that they didn't know if they would ever find him. We were thrilled when they caught him.North Little Rock police responded on March 29 to a report of a drive-by shooting at Healy Drive. Police arrived on the scene to find the body of the 13-year old.Arianna's mother said to KATV that Arianna was being harassed by the shooter.LeReem Staggers said that Arianna was a beautiful, intelligent, and beautiful child. She was bright and spirited, loved everyone and gave great hugs.