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Four suspects arrested on homicide charges

YOUNGSVILLE -- Town police helped Raleigh authorities secure two of four suspects charged with a January homicide in Raleigh.

Police Chief Greg Whitley said local officers assisted the Raleigh Fugitive Task Force in arresting Nicholas Raymond Holloway and Gerald Thomas inside a Thompson Circle home on Jan. 28.

"They were arrested without incident," Whitley said.

The two, along with another Youngsville resident, Eric Michael Scott, are alleged to have killed Quadir Ford the afternoon of Jan. 27 outside a community center near Poole Road and I-440. The 22-year-old, according to authorities, was going to the center to play basketball.

The trio were arrested in the day following the crime.

A fourth man, 21-year-old Jaiiviouan Najee Kelly, was arrested on Jan. 30.

Holloway, 21, Thomas, 23, and Scott, 22, were slated to make an initial appearance in Wake County District Court this past Wednesday, Feb. 19, to face the murder charge. Kelly was slated to appear in court today, Feb. 20, to face the same charge.


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