PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- The suspect in the shooting death of a 10-year-old girl is being held on a $1 million cash-only bond.
Sgt. Vince Lewis said Friday morning that 20-year-old Joshua Gonzalez was arrested Thursday night in connection to the murder of 10-year-old Summer Brown.
Summer was gunned down in front of her own home after a driver followed her family's car to their house and opened fire on them in a fit of road rage Wednesday night.
Lewis said that Gonzalez began following the family after he was cut off by the victim's vehicle.
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Summer's father was also shot but his injuries were not life-threatening. Her 12-year-old sister and her mother were also in the car, but they were not physically hurt.
"Now our 10-year-old daughter will never see the light of day again," said Summer's father Dharquintium Brown.
The sketch and the video brought in a community tip that led police to locate the truck, which matched the suspect vehicle's description at a home near 59th Avenue and Indian School Road Thursday night, about 5 miles from the scene of the shooting.
Lewis said officers were able to confirm that the truck was the suspect's vehicle even after changes had been made to the truck's appearance and tires.
Officers searched the home where the truck was located and found a gun that was linked to Gonzalez and the shooting scene.
Gonzalez was booked on one count of first-degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault.
"I miss my daughter."
We spoke to Summer's family members, who are devastated, but grateful for all the support from the community.
"We're just thankful for the community to come together like this," said Summer's mom Taniesha Brown.
More than 100 people gathered at a vigil for Summer Friday evening.
We asked about her feelings now that police have made an arrest. "It seem like they did a thorough investigation so it seems like they have the right suspect. I want to get justice for my daughter.'
"Whatever happens to him, it's still not bringing my daughter back," said Summer's father, Dharquintium Brown.
Taniesha Brown says she hope the suspect spends the rest of his life in prison
"I just want to ask him why he did this. Why?" she said. "I'm never fully going to get over this. My heart is always going to be partially broken."
"Even at the end of the day, you know, he's found guilty, not guilty, whatever happens, it'll never bring back our daughter. So that's the heartbreaking part, is we still lose," said Summer's father
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the victim's family.