NACOGDOCHES, Texas -- The remaining suspect in the videotaped fatal attack on a county constable was arrested without resistance Wednesday, officials said.
Jesus 'Jesse' Cortez Zambrano, 22, of Edinburg, Texas, was arrested in Martinsville, Texas, Department of Public Safety spokesman David Wells said.
'He was spotted on foot by a volunteer fireman, who told him not to move, then alerted a reserve deputy sheriff who took him into custody,' Wells said.
Zambrano was arraigned on capital murder charges before Justice of the Peace Billy Gresham in Nacogdoches. Gresham ordered Zambrano jailed without bond in the Nacogdoches County jail, where the other two suspects are awaiting further court appearances.
Brothers Baldemar and Reynaldo Sambrano Villarreal were arrested earlier and are also being held on capital murder charges in the death of Constable Darrell Lunsford, 47.
The three men are believed to have been inside a car Lunsford stopped early in the morning of Jan. 23 on U.S. 59 in Garrison.
A video camera on the dashboard of Lunsford's patrol car recorded on tape the fatal attack on the constable, and gave officers a clear description of the suspects.
Nacogdoches County Sheriff Joe Evans had suspected that Zambrano was still in the East Texas area where the Villarreal brothers were located.
Wells said Zambano had apparently been on the run and without shelter during the week since Lunsford was killed.