Crime Beloved Texas Bar Owner Is Fatally Shot in Parking Lot: 'Many of Us Called Her Mom' Trecoby Leon Campbell is accused of fatally shooting Cindy Jayroe By Chris Harris Chris Harris Twitter Chris Harris has been a senior true crime reporter for PEOPLE since late 2015. An award-winning journalist who has worked for Rolling Stone and MTV News, Chris enjoys prog rock, cycling, Marvel movies, IPAs, and roller coasters. People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 9, 2021 12:03 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Cindy Jayroe. Photo: Facebook Authorities in Amarillo, Texas, have charged a 25-year-old man with murder in connection with the death of a beloved bar owner who many in the community had taken to calling "Mom." On March 7, 2021, Amarillo Police detectives secured a murder warrant for Trecoby Leon Campbell, who is accused of fatally shooting 56-year-old Cindy Jayroe. Campbell is being held at the Potter County Detention Center without bond. He has yet to plead to the charge he faces and it was not immediately clear if he has a lawyer to comment on his behalf. Jayroe was the owner of Rumors Bar. According to police, she was fatally shot Sunday morning in the bar's parking lot. Police allege Campbell fired off several rounds before fleeing the area. Officers arrived at the scene to find Jayroe inside the bar, suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. She was rushed to the nearest hospital, but could not be saved. KFDA-TV spoke to several friends and patrons about Jayroe, and the positive impact she has had in Amarillo. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Sign up for PEOPLE's free True Crime newsletter for breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases. "Many of us called her mom," said Marcus Stiles, who said he was Jayroe's friend. "It really didn't matter what color you were, what age, if you were socially awkward ... she was like the mother to many of us. Especially people of color. She embraced us like one of our own. She embraced us better than some of the clubs we went to. She was majorly loved by many people." Cindy's son, Josh Jayroe, told the station his mother "truly was loved." "As much as we're hurting and we're going to miss her, we're all going to try to stand together and honor her the way she wanted," he said. "Of course, we're going to cry and be depressed, but we're also going to celebrate her and the life she lived and the wonderful person she turned into."