Orange County sheriff’s investigators charged a fourth man last week in the January shooting death of a man outside the Efland-Cheeks Community Center.
Devon Antonio Harris, 23, of 419 E. Geer St., Durham, was charged March 30 with murder. He is scheduled to appear in court April 18.
Harris is being held without bond in the Wake County Detention Center, where he is facing charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon, possession of stolen goods, first-degree burglary, second-degree kidnapping and a misdemeanor probation violation. Harris was among seven people charged with a Cary home invasion and robbery in February.
His next court date in Wake County is scheduled for May 2.
Three other men also have been arrested in the Jan. 18 death of Tevin Kendrick, 22, of Buxton Street in Durham:
▪ Barry Dion Holt, 22, of 305 Chandler Road, Durham, is charged with murder
▪ Jermauciyae Rysuan Abram, 18, of 1012 E. Sherwood Drive, Apt. E, Durham, is charged with murder and contempt of court
▪ Savian Jacoby Turrentine, 23, of 4801 Danube Lane, Apt. 727, Durham, is charged with being an accessory after the fact to a felony
Assistant District Attorney Jeff Nieman has said Turrentine provided false information to investigators on Jan. 27 about where he and Harris were at the time of the murder.
None of the men has a connection to the Efland-Cheeks community, Sheriff Charles Blackwood said, but they may have picked the location because it was quiet and secluded.
Kendrick was found with multiple gunshots wounds on the ground behind a white car with its trunk open. The center, just north of U.S. 70, is next to Efland-Cheeks Elementary School, which was closed at the time.