BRIDGEPORT — City detectives expect to make more arrests in the July killing of Dathan Gray, police said Saturday after announcing that Gray’s wife had been charged for her alleged role in his death.

Detective Jorge Cintron had obtained an arrest warrant for Larise King, 35, of Karen Court, on Friday. When she was about of the warrant, charging her with conspiracy to commit murder and criminal liability for the acts of another, she agreed through her attorney to surrender to Bridgeport police at 5 p.m. Friday.

But several hours after that agreed-upon surrender time when King still hadn’t surrendered, police turned to the public for help finding her. Then sometime after midnight Saturday she turned herself in, police said.

King is being held on a $1 million bond. Her lawyer, Michael Riley, declined comment Saturday.

“This case was led by Detective Cintron and the arrest is thanks to him, the many other members of the Bridgeport Police Department that assisted, and Assistant State's Attorney Dave Applegate,” police said in a statement Saturday afternoon. “Additional arrests are anticipated.”

King faces the charges for her alleged role in the murder of her husband, Dathan Gray, who was shot multiple times outside his Newfield Avenue home on July 27 around 1:15 a.m, according to Lt. Christopher LaMaine. Gray was found near the intersection of Newfield Avenue and Revere Street and was rushed to Bridgeport Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The day Gray was fatally shot, detectives said they were working to establish a motive. Police did not shed light on a possible motive when they announced King’s arrest.

Gray, a father of three, was the city’s 12th homicide of the year. Since then, Bridgeport has seen two more killings, pushing the year’s total to 14.

With King in custody, Bridgeport police have now arrested people in connection with five of this year’s homicides.

Other than Gray’s killing — a case where more arrests are expected — police have also made arrests in the city’s first, second fifth and ninth homicide cases of 2019.

Kenyon Gay, 41, was charged with the stabbing death of 39-year-old Razzie Hancock on Jan. 14 after a domestic incident.

Jayvell Washington, 39, was charged with the fatal daytime shooting of Eugene Rogers, 50, on Jan. 27. Washington had previously wounded Rogers in a 2017 shooting.

Darrick Tunstall, 19, and Vaughn Thomas, 20, were charged in the case of a robbery gone wrong that left 19-year-old Dyshon Williams dead on Feb. 11 near the Luis Marin School. Williams, the city’s youngest homicide victim this year, was found hours later on a nearby sidewalk.

Eugene Brown, 35, was charged with the June 24 fatal shooting of 30-year-old Anthony McKinstry, who was found by police in a pool of blood on Bishop Avenue.