Four arrests made in 'drug-related' murder of Woodbridge student

Deion Nathaniel Moses. (Photo: Prince William County Police Department)

WOODBRIDGE, Va. (AP/WJLA) - Police have made four arrests in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old student near his high school.

Prince William County Police said Wednesday that the additional arrests in the death of Brenden Michael Wilson came sometime overnight. Brenden was found dead late Monday afternoon near Woodbridge High School.

Police arrested 18-year-old Kymothy-Tyriq Wilson of Woodbridge and an unidentified 17-year-old, also of Woodbridge, on charges of conspiracy to commit a felony.

On Tuesday, police arrested 20-year-old Kawain Smalls of Woodbridge on several charges, including murder.

On Friday, police announced that the{}fourth suspect in Brenden's killing, 17-year-old Deion Nathaniel Moses, of Woodbridge, had turned himself in. He was wanted for conspiracy to commit a felony; police believed he may have been armed and dangerous.

Police said Wilson knew the young men charged in his death, and that the shooting stemmed from a "drug deal gone bad."

A vigil was held in Brenden's honor Wednesday night.

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