McMurry Quarterback is Third Player Arrested in Connection to Murder

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) -- A third McMurry University football player has been arrested in connection to a murder in Fort Worth.

Multiple Dallas-Fort Worth media outlets report Broderick Earl Ross, McMurry quarterback, was arrested Thursday and faces a charge of Capital Murder by Terror Threat.

Ryan Tyrell McBeth and Dontrell Lamond Dock were arrested on Capital Murder charges Wednesday in Abilene.

Ross, McBeth, and Dock are accused of being involved in shooting and killing Chris-Dion Russell January 11th at an apartment on East Robert Street, in southeast Fort Worth.

McMurry University confirms all three men attend the university.

The following statement was provided to KTAB/KRBC from McMurry University officials Wednesday:

"McMurry University is aware of a reported incident involving three of its students and is cooperating with authorities. As the incident involves students' person educational records, we are not at liberty to discuss the matter further."


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