Columbia Police have arrested three people in connection to a homicide that happened more than a month ago.
Columbia Police confirm that Wednesday night, officers arrested 18-year-old Joshua Dewayne Murray in connection with the homicide of Tre'Veon Marshall.
Thursday morning, police arrested 17-year-old Kimberly Makayla Huet-Linzie and 19-year-old Nicholas Raheem Thomas.
Murray and Thomas were both charged with armed criminal action and first-degree murder. Bonds have not been set.
Huet-Linzie was released on bond early Thursday morning. She was charged with hindering prosecution.
In the early hours of July 14th, Tre'Veon Marshall, 17, was shot at McKee Park in Columbia.
Columbia police were called to the 2000-block of McKee Street in reference to shots fired. When officers got there, they found the teen victim with a gunshot wound.
Marshall was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Thursday morning, Columbia Police said detectives are still actively investigating the case.