Man Arrested, Admits to Fatal Shooting Over Fake iPad

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    A Dallas man is behind bars, charged with fatally shooting someone over the sale of a fake iPad.

    Dallas police arrested Federico Zarazua Jr., Thursday, after they said he shot a man on June 4.

    The victim was identified in a previous report as 33-year-old William Tate.

    Police said the person shot was attempting to sell the packaged fake tablet when, at some point during a negotiation over the price, Zarazua shot the person several times.

    Investigators later developed leads that led them to Zarazua, who admitted to the shooting.