Fenton Tolbert, 37, was found unresponsive behind the wheel of a vehicle on the 1200 block on West 28th Avenue on Thursday August 15th and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Video form a security system outside of a house near by showed a man with a handgun in the front yard of a house on the 1500 block of West 18th Avenue. During an investigation, police recovered shell casings in front of 1518 West 18th Avenue, they also discovered that the house had working cameras. Officers contacted the owners of the house and retrieved the footage.

In the surveillance footage, Detective Brandon Greene reported that 33-year-old Jimmy Browder was seen with a gun in his hand. He was arrested on Friday August 16th. On Saturday August 17th, Browder was questioned. He said he was outside working on his car at the time. He also said while he was outside, he heard gunshots and run into the house. His .380 caliber handgun was found by authorities, wrapped in a pair of boxer shorts.

Browder was booked into the adult detention center on probable cause of being a felon in possession of a firearm. His bond was set at $25,000. Browder was released Saturday, August 20th. He has not been charged with the murder of Tolbert.

Tolbert’s death was the 18th homicide in Pine Bluff this year. The investigation continues. Anyone with information about this homicide are asked to contact the Detective Division at 870-730-2090 or the dispatch center by calling 870-542-5300.