Jacqueline Avant and Clarence Avant
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In the latest development in the Jacqueline Avant murder case, the man accused of murdering the wife of Grammy Award-winning music executive Clarence Avant, has been arrested.

It's not Aariel Maynor's first arrest as the 29-year-old from Los Angeles was paroled from a California jail more than two months ago after serving time for a robbery conviction. Maynor has been imprisoned for other crimes too, reported Fox News.

During an alleged burglary, Jacqueline, 81, was shot dead at her Beverly Hills estate Wednesday, and the man is suspected in her death. Investigators have not speculated on why he allegedly shot the philanthropist.

Authorities said Thursday that Los Angeles cops arrested him during a second burglary in which he shot himself in the foot by mistake.

He was taken to a hospital after accidentally shooting himself and once he is medically cleared by doctors, he will be booked into the Los Angeles County jail.

Maynor was on parole at the time of the killing and has an "extensive criminal history," Beverly Hills Police Chief Mark Stainbrook said Thursday.

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) said that he was paroled from jail on Sept. 1 after receiving a four-year prison sentence for second-degree robbery in November three years ago. He had a prior felony conviction, so the sentence came with enhanced penalties. A CDCR spokesman said that Maynor was released to parole supervision in September after "serving his full sentence as defined by law."

For a separate second-degree robbery and for inflicting great bodily injury, he was sentenced to a five-year jail term eight years ago. Then for a grand theft conviction, he got additional 16 months. On March 16, 2018, he was released to parole supervision, but then he "absconded" four months later. Officials said that by August of that year, he was back on parole supervision and while on parole, he was registered as a transient.

A decade ago, he was caught for an alleged misdemeanor offense of public intoxication, and other arrests include a robbery and burglary in 2010.

Officials said Thursday that after the second burglary resembled the one that happened in Beverly Hills, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) contacted the investigators. Police said that authorities found evidence related to the shooting of Jacqueline, including an AR-15 rifle. At the time of the shooting, Clarence and a security guard were on the property, but were not hurt.

Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos is Jacqueline's son-in-law, and a spokesperson for Netflix had confirmed that she had been shot dead, according to NBC News.

According to authorities, they don't believe there are any other suspects in this murder case, reported Associated Press.

A street sign marks the 1100 block of Maytor place where Jacqueline Avant's house is at the top of the hill
A street sign marks the 1100 block of Maytor place where Jacqueline Avant's house is at the top of the hill, in Beverly Hills, California on December 1, 2021. - The wife of the man known as the "Godfather of Black Music" was shot and killed Wednesday in a break-in at the couple's Beverly Hills home, US media reported. Jacqueline Avant died after being shot by a burglar, who also opened fire on a security guard, according to tabloid website TMZ. Photo by Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images