Police in Washington have arrested three men in the 2007 carjacking and fatal shooting of a short-order cook.
The department said in a news release that re-interviewing witnesses and linking DNA evidence led to the arrests in the slaying of Timothy Spicer, 25, outside the Anacostia Metro station on Nov. 17, 2007.
Detectives said four or five men had conspired to rob Spicer, who was fatally shot during a fight over his car.
Police said Randolph Williams, 25, was arrested Monday, and Kadeem Quarles, 25, and Maurice Blakey, 25, were arrested Tuesday. All three are charged with first-degree murder.
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