SAN ANTONIO -- Bexar County Sheriff’s Office issued a murder warrant for Narada K’fonse Goodrum. Authorities say Goodrum is wanted for the shooting death of his wife Cynthia Goodrum.
Sheriff’s deputies discovered Cynthia Goodrum had been shot and killed inside her home after they responded to a panic alarm which had been set off.
Investigators have now learned Goodrum drove to a local car dealership off Loop 410 after the murder and traded in the Mazda he was driving and bought a 2013 dark brown Nissan 4 door Maxima. The temporary plate number is 39k6495.
Records show Cynthia Goodrum had filed for divorce the day before she was killed and had filed a temporary restraining order against her husband. It also stated she was 4 months pregnant.
Bexar County Sheriff’s Deputies say Narada Goodrum is considered dangerous, so if you see him or spot the vehicle call the Sheriff's Office at (210) 335-6000 or 911.