A fourth individual has been charged in connection to the killing of 23-year-old Australian baseball player Christopher Lane last August.
Oddesse Barnes, 22, was charged as an accessory after the fact in relation to the thrill that made national headlines, Reuters reported.
James Edwards Jr., Michael Dewayne Jones and Chancey Allen Luna had previously been charged with first-degree murder. It occurred in a small town in Oklahoma.
One of the teens confessed to authorities that they had mercilessly gunned down the Melbourne resident, who was out for a jog, “for the fun of it.”
“He went by a residence where these three boys were, they picked him as a target, they went out and got in a vehicle and followed him,” Chief of Duncan Police Danny Ford said at the time.
“[They] came up from behind and basically shot him in the back with a small calibre weapon, then sped away,” he added.
Edwards has since agreed to testify against Jones and Luna in a possibly deal with prosecutors.
Jones and Luna, who have both pleaded not guilty, are scheduled to go to trial in August.
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