2nd man charged in death of ex-Texas Tech star Andre Emmett

              FILE - In this Jan 4, 2004, file photo, Texas Tech's Andre Emmett (14) tries to shoot around Ohio State's Terence Dials during the first half of an NCAA basketball game at Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio. WFAA-TV reports investigators say Keith Johnson and a second suspect allegedly shot former NBA and Texas Tech standout Emmett during a Sept. 23, 2019, robbery attempt. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane, File)

DALLAS (AP) — Dallas police have arrested a second suspect in the investigation of last month’s fatal shooting of ex-NBA and Texas Tech star Andre Emmett.

Dallas County jail records show 29-year-old Michael Lucky was being held Tuesday on a capital murder charge. Online records didn’t immediately list an attorney representing Lucky, who surrendered Monday.

Authorities say 32-year-old Keith Johnson was arrested over the weekend . Bond is $500,000 for each defendant in the Sept. 23 shooting of Emmett. Lucky also faces a drug-related probation violation charge.

Police have said they believe the 37-year-old Emmett was targeted for robbery while outside his home.

Emmett scored 2,256 career points from 2001-04 with Texas Tech. He went on to play one season each with the Memphis Grizzlies and New Jersey Nets.