Police have arrested a Dallas man and an Alabama woman in connection to the death of a Bedford teenager.
Tynesia Brown, was last seen by her mother on Nov. 11, at their Bedford home. She told her mother she was going to a visit a friend for the weekend but that friend never heard from her.
Over the course of the investigation, detectives learned that Brown was traveling down Interstate 35 with a friend, identified as Tracie Marie Guzman of Birmingham, Ala., and Darius Lamar Davidson of Dallas.
A person who lived with Davidson was interviewed by investigators and advised police that Davidson said Brown and Guzman had been fighting in the car. At some point, Davidson went into a convenience store in Jarrell and when he returned to his car he said he saw Brown slumped over in her seat. Guzman told him him that she had shot Brown.
According to that same testimony, Davidson said the two then drove to County Road 370 off I-35 in Jarrell and dumped Brown's body. Davidson then drove Guzman to her home in Birmingham before driving back to Dallas.
Guzman has been charged with murder. Her bond is set at $1 million and she will be extradited back to Williamson County. Davidson is charged with tampering with evidence and is being held in the Williamson County Jail on $250,000 bond.