BIG SPRING, Texas (AP) -

A West Texas man has been charged with murder for allegedly killing a man who stole his mother's car from a truck stop.

A Howard County jail official said Wednesday that 24-year-old James Keck of McCamey was free on $50,000 bond after allegedly shooting 42-year-old Bobby Gene Bricker of Big Spring twice in the head last weekend.

Keck called 911 Saturday night to tell dispatchers he was in a vehicle chasing a man at a high rate of speed. Dispatchers told him to slow down.

A probable cause affidavit obtained by KOSA-TV in Odessa shows that Keck told investigators he thought his daughter was in the vehicle and that the suspect had a gun.

In a recording of the 911 call obtained by the station, Keck doesn't mention his daughter.