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Fourth intersection murder suspect arrested

Jemario Mushat (Source - Montgomery Police Dept.) Jemario Mushat (Source - Montgomery Police Dept.)

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The fourth suspect in a July 13 intersection murder is in custody.

Montgomery Police confirmed the arrest of Jemario Mushat, 17, or 3533 Princeton Road Friday afternoon.

Mushat was arrested on the East South Boulevard and charged with the Attempted Murder of Steve Arrington and Capital Murder of Terrence Ponder.

Authorities now have in custody all four suspects they believe responsible for the shootings.

Peter Mungro, Marvin Gaston and Samdriquez Hall have each been charged with the same crimes and are also being held at the Montgomery County Detention Facility on no bond.

Arrington and Ponder were riding in a vehicle late on the night of July 13 when gunfire erupted at the intersection of West South Boulevard and Narrow Lane Road.

Both victims made it to Baptist South Hospital, but gunshot wounds to Ponder's head and back were fatal.

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