Police say a fourth person has been arrested in the murder of Makiyah Wilson, the 10-year-old girl who was gunned down while heading to an ice cream truck in Northeast D.C. this summer.
The arrest was made Thursday morning and comes one day after three other suspects in the case appeared in court.
Mark Tee Price, 24, was charged with premeditated first-degree murder while armed. Police said Price was already in DC Jail when he was charged in the murder.
Wilson was killed on July 16 after four men jumped out of a car and opened fire on a group of people outside on a hot summer night.
The little girl, who had recently finished fourth grade, was heading to an ice cream truck when the shooters fired on the 300 block of 53rd Street NE.
Three other men have been charged in the case. Gregory Taylor was arrested last month while Quentin Michals and Qujuan Thomas were taken into custody in August.
In court Wednesday, prosecutors said Michals was the ringleader, organizing the shooting because of a beef he had with someone in Wilson's neighborhood.
The men were ordered to remain in jail after a judge found that there was strong enough evidence, including text messages, to keep them there.
Juveniles Shot in DC in 2018
The victims include a 10-year-old girl who was killed and a 3-year-old boy who was hurt.
Source: NBC Washington reporting and Metropolitan Police Department press releases. NBC Washington submitted a Freedom of Information Act request for police data on all shootings of juveniles in 2018 thus far. The request is pending.
Note: Dates listed are the dates of the shootings, not, when applicable, the deaths of the victims. Map includes victims age 17 and younger.
In one of the text messages, Thomas told Michals that he was going to bring a "100 Roun." Police believe they were talking about one of the weapons that was used in the shooting.
The night that Wilson was killed, the gunmen fired more than 60 shots, got back into the Infiniti sedan and sped off.
The little girl's family tried to save her, but she died.
Four other people, including Wilson's 18-year-old sister, were shot and wounded.