TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - A fourth person has been arrested in connection to the shooting death of a Maumee High School student.
Police arrested Andrew Foster-Martin, 17, on Friday. He is charged with murder in the February death of Collin Doyle, 17.
Armand Batey, 16, was also shot during the incident and was left paralyzed.
Foster-Martin is the fourth person to be arrested in the case.
Jermonte Anderson, 19, was arrested Wednesday afternoon. Toledo Police say he played a key role in the shooting.
According to court documents, Anderson drove himself and the three other suspects to the neighborhood where Doyle and his friend were shot during a robbery.
Police believe Foster-Martin is the man who pulled the trigger in the shooting.
"This was a pretty heinous act when you have two high school kids shot," said Lt. Joe Heffernan of Toledo Police. "It effects a lot of people in the community. We're just glad that we are able to get to the point where able to arrest Andrew Foster-Martin who we believe was the shooter in this case."
Foster-Martin, as well as the other teen arrested in the case, could be tried as adults.
The Doyle family have remained silent since Collin's murder. However in light of the Friday's arrest, Doyle's mother, Jennifer King-Doyle, released the following statement: