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33-year-old ride-share driver killed by passenger in Dallas, police say

According to police, during the ride, the suspect demanded property from the driver before killing him.
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A suspect has been arrested after a 33-year-old ride-share driver was killed Friday morning in Dallas, police said. 

Authorities responded to the scene around 11:55 a.m. near the 4100 block of Langdon Road. 

Upon arriving, officials found 33-year-old Joshua Miller who had died from homicidal violence, according to authorities. 

Detectives learned that Miller was a ride-share driver who picked up the suspect, 21-year-old Joshua Scott, at a nearby location. 

According to police, during the ride, Scott demanded property from Miller before killing him. Officials did not state which ride-share company Miller worked for. 

Scott remains in custody at Lew Sterrett Jail and faces a capital murder charge in connection with Miller's death. 

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