The Dallas Police Department announced that it had arrested the man allegedly responsible for the death of a 21-year-old woman after she beat him in a basketball game.

On October 20, police officers arrested 31-year-old Cameron Hogg, who is accused of fatally shooting the victim, Asia Janae Womack.

The Dallas Express previously reported that upon responding to reports of a shooting, the police had found that the victim had been shot multiple times. The call came in from the 4100 block of Hamilton Avenue, close to Lawhon Street. Womack was taken to a nearby hospital, where she died of her injuries.

After investigating the shooting incident, the DPD obtained an arrest warrant for Cameron Hogg on October 11 after naming him as a suspect in the killing of Womack.

According to Womack’s family members, she had just finished playing a pick-up basketball game at T.G. Terry Park when she was killed. During her memorial service, Andrea Womack, the victim’s mother, suggested to attendees that her daughter had been killed by someone who she had long trusted.

“She took calls from him when he was in jail and would buy him whatever he needed,” Andrea Womack claimed, choosing not to mention her daughter’s alleged killer by name. “She called him a brother.”

“It was senseless,” Andrea Womack said at her daughter’s public viewing at Sacred Funeral Home. “A life, over nothing.”

“So many people loved her in so many different ways,” Womack said. “I know I’m going to be missing more than a child; she was my friend, my football partner, my everything. I’m at a loss, I really am. I just don’t understand.”

Cameron Hogg, the alleged killed, is being held in the North Tower of the Dallas County Jail with a bond of over $1.75 million.