The brother of former NFL participant Aqib Talib surrendered to Texas cops Monday in connection to the taking pictures demise of youth soccer coach.
Yaqub Salik Talib, 39, turned himself in after a homicide warrant was issued for his arrest over Saturday’s deadly taking pictures within the Dallas-area metropolis of Lancaster, police stated.
Talib is accused of opening fireplace after a spat between opposing coaches and officiating crew turned bodily on the youth sport.
The slain sufferer was recognized by police as Michael Hickmon — a grandfather and father of three.
“The altercation turned bodily, resulting in the suspect pulling out a firearm and taking pictures Mr Hickmon a number of occasions,” the Lancaster Police Division stated in a press release.
“After the taking pictures, the suspect fled the scene in an unidentified car, taking the firearm wi“Presently no different accidents have been reported. After the taking pictures, the suspect fled the scene in an unidentified car, taking the firearm with him.”
Talib’s brother, Aqib, is a five-time Professional Bowler who introduced his retirement in 2020.
The brothers collectively coach a youth crew for the North Dallas United Bobcats, WFAA reported.
Hickmon, the sufferer, was the coach of the D.E.A. Dragons.
Dragons president Mike Freeman stated Saturday’s deadly dispute started when Hickmon went to choose up a soccer however somebody kicked it away.
“I don’t know the right way to clarify it to the youngsters. That’s the half that I’m caught on proper now. How do I clarify it to them. Why?” Freeman stated of the taking pictures. “That is one thing that these youngsters will keep in mind for the remainder of their life.”
With Publish wires