PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. – Officials have arrested a fourth person in the murder of a Clemson student.
According to WYFF, deputies said that Lester Devaria Mosley Jr., 18, was taken into custody in Toccoa, Ga., Friday.
Investigators had previously arrested Jordan Charles Dalton, 19, Jaron Bradley Dalton, 24, and 19-year-old Bradley Kadeen Ramsey.
Steven Grich, 23, died when he was shot by the intruders. Grich was at his home in the gated Chimney Ridge neighborhood in Central, just two miles from Clemson University.
The university said Grich was a junior majoring in Electrical Engineering.
In a press release sent to NBC Charlotte, law enforcement said they believe, "the intent of the group was to rob the victim’s roommate of what they believed to be a large amount of marijuana. Only a few grams were actually taken.”
At a Saturday arraignment, Mosley was denied bond the Associated Press reported.
According to Pickens County deputies, they developed information Friday and upon following up on that information, they found Mosley at a motel in Toccoa. Mosley was taken into custody without incident.