CMPD analysts have arrested a fourth individually for the murder of a Waxhaw teacher that happened in 2016, authorities said on Saturday.
Ambrosia Neely, 39, was captured on Friday in Kannapolis by U.S. Secret Service agents who have granted a warrant based on information that recognized Neely as a suspect.
It occurred around 11:30 p.m. on September 9, 2016, on East Park Avenue in Charlotte’s South End neighborhood. Guo died five days after the fact.
Fuqua, 40, was charged in the savage armed burglary over doubt that he contributed to planning the assault, police say.
Fuqua was found shot to death at the Econo Lodge on Clanton Road on September 12, 2016.
Police declared three individuals that knew Fuqua On November 8, 39-year-old Cecil Marble, and 34-year-old Keric Watt, 36-year-old Michael Marble were accused of murder in association with Guo’s murdering.
Guo and her boyfriend didn’t have the foggiest idea about the suspects, as indicated by police. A fourth suspect, Ambrosia Montez Neely, was found, arrested and charged on November 15.
Cecil Marble, Michael Marble, and Ambrosia Neely were found and captured without incident.
Watt is presently in authority of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and will be served warrants sometime in the future. In addition to murder, the four are accused of burglary with a dangerous weapon and trick to submit crime with a dangerous weapon.
Ruijuan Guo was found shot to death in 2016 because of a clear theft. Guo taught at Kensington Elementary School in Waxhaw.
He deals with various charges including murder and burglary.