Montgomery, Ala. (WSFA) -- Montgomery police have made two arrests in connection with the city's 35th homicide of 2007.
On Wednesday, officials questioned and then charged 17-year old Rodriquez D. McLean with capital murder in the death of Eric Caffie.
On Friday, investigators brought murder charges against a second suspect, 22-year old Anthony L. Williams.
Police officials believe the motive was robbery but don't believe it was a random act.
Caffie was allegedly involved in a dispute with an unidentified male earlier that evening.
He was killed on the evening of September 16, 2007 just before 10p.m. while walking down Pocahontas Road with a friend.
According to police, occupants of a dark-colored Ford Explorer called to Caffie and when he approached the vehicle the occupants began shooting at him.
He died the next day at Baptist South Hospital from his injuries.
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