Chris Daughtry's daughter Hannah Price was arrested alongside her boyfriend Bobby Jolly months before her death after the couple reportedly threatened another driver with a gun.
Jolly has now been taken into custody following Price's shocking death.
According to reports, Price and Jolly allegedly escaped from a hit-and-run accident in April in Putnam County, Tennessee. While fleeing the scene, officials alleged the duo to have fired a gun at another motorist.
Although, after being stopped by the police, the couple denied having pulled the trigger, they confessed to using the gun to intimidate the alleged victim.
Upon searching for their vehicle, police discovered a .22 caliber rifle and charged the pair with aggravated assault. Price and Jolly were later booked into Putnam County Sheriff's Office following the arrest.
On Friday, 25-year-old Price was found dead in her home in Nashville by the authorities.
An insider revealed the investigators told Daughtry's family her death was a homicide. The source also confirmed Jolly had been taken into custody at Fentress County Jail the same day police discovered the remains of his girlfriend.
However, officials have not announced if Jolly was deemed a suspect or person of interest concerning Price's killing.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Chris broke his silence Saturday after learning about his daughter's tragic death claiming he was grief-stricken by the event.
"I am still processing the last 24 hours," he shared via his Instagram. "I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken."
The It's Not Over singer explained he is most shattered by the fact he did not get to say "goodbye to our precious Hannah," after also telling his fans that he had just lost his mother to cancer and "was processing it privately."
Chris thanked all his followers for their "kind words and condolences" before announcing he would be spending time with his family as they "attempt to heal from this devastating loss."
The Grammy nominee also wrote a heartfelt message for his daughter, saying, "Hannah, I love you, I miss you. I wish I could hold you. This hurts so deeply."
Hannah and her brother Griffin, 23, were the singer's children from his wife Deanna's previous relationship. Chris and Deanna, who married in November 2000, also share 10-year-old twins, Adalynn Rose and Noah James.
Following his daughter's death, the rocker had postponed his shows scheduled through Nov. 16 on his Dearly Beloved tour.