Jury deliberations are expected to begin for a 27-year-old man facing a weapons charge related to the case of Shavon Randle, who was kidnapped and later found dead inside a Dallas home.
According to federal court documents, Darius Fields faces charges of being a felon in possession of a fire arm. Fields is already a known convicted felon.
It's been almost a year since 13-year-old Shavon's death. The young girl was wrapped up in what appears to be a drug deal gone wrong.
To this day, six people have been arrested in connection to her case. None of them have been charged with murder.
According to the federal affidavit, Fields was tracked down using cell phone records by federal investigators to a hotel room in Irving.
Inside that room, they found ammunition in plain view. They then found keys to a car Fields was driving, which was parked outside of the hotel room. Inside the car, detectives say they found an AK-47 pistol.
Fields will appear in federal court to face federal weapons charges, which we understand is connected to Randle case Wednesday morning.
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Still, no one has been charged with the murder of Randle.