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September 1, 2015 -- Three more suspects were arrested in the murder of Kenneth Michael Spice.

Spice was found fatally shot in a wooded area in Meriwether County, Ga. in June, 2015.

Timiquae Slanton was originally charged with the murder.

Alex Ezekiel Everett, 20, of Greenville, GA, was charged with malice murder, armed robbery, tampering with evidence and concealing the death of another. Everett is the brother of Timiquae Slanton. Dionte Quartez Favors, 22, also of Greenville, GA, was charged with malice murder and concealing the death of another. HKeyon Derrell Marshall, 20, of Greenville, GA, was charged with tampering with evidence.

Spice was 31 years old.

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Two months after his body was discovered, an arrest has been made in the murder investigation of Kenneth Michael Spice.

Timiquae Marquan Slaton, 22, is currently being held in the Meriwether County Jail without bond for the offenses of murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime and second degree arson, according to a press release from the Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office.

Slaton is a resident of Newnan and had worked alongside Spice at Yamaha in Newnan, Meriwether Sheriff Chuck Smith, said in the release.

Spice’s body was discovered in a wooded area in the 100 block of Primrose Circle on June 15, 2015. Evidence at the scene led investigators to believe Spice’s death was suspicious. Investigators were able to track down leads from subsequent interviews and from electronic media sources.

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