Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Police say four people are now charged in connection to the shooting death of two brothers, and one was already in police custody.
Lt. Rob Schoonover says the shooting was a drug transaction that ended fatally and it was all over marijuana.
Police say Jallil Graves shot 24-year-old Andrew and 19-year-old Matthew Bohannon outside of a Golden Corral on Normandy this weekend. He was allegedly planning to rob the brothers of marijuana in a drug deal. Investigators say Graves exited the car and within a matter of moments, shot both brothers killing them.
Graves is already charged with a shooting at an Orange Park house party on July 7th. The Clay County Sheriff's Office charged him with attempted murder for the July 7th shooting incident. He's now charged with two counts of murder and two counts of armed robbery for his alleged involvement in the Golden Corral shooting.
19-year-old Avery Wood was arrested Tuesday in connection with the double shooting. Police say he admitted to planning the armed robbery of the brothers for their drugs. Lt. Rob Schoonover says Wood was the individual who set the drug deal up.
21-year-old George Carter and 18-year-old Steven Bennett have also been arrested. Police say all four men confessed to their parts in the crime. They are all charged with two counts of armed robbery and two counts of murder in the drug deal.
JSO says they found a large amount of marijuana at the victim, Andrew Bohannon's house following the shooting. Police say it was a pre-arranged drug deal between individuals who knew one another that ended fatally.
Police say information from CrimeStoppers and surveillance video from the Golden Corral helped them solve the case.