The latest arrest in a "Sweet 16" birthday party in Dadeville was that of a 15-year-old from Tuskegee. This sixth arrest was made Thursday evening, but the suspect's name is not being released due to age.

Others arrested and charged with reckless murder are Ty Reik McCullough, 17, of Tuskegee, Travis McCullough, 16, of Tuskegee, Wilson LaMar Hill, Jr., 20, of Auburn, Johnny Letron Brown, 20, of Tuskegee, and Willie George Brown Jr., 19, of Auburn. They will be charged as adults and are being held in the Tallapoosa County Jail with no bond.

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Wilson LaMar Hill Jr. (left) and Tyreese “Ty Reik” McCullough (right).

It is unclear where the 15-year-old was taken and what the bond is for those charges because the teenager is a juvenile.

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Johnny Latron Brown (left) and Travis McCullough (right.)

Court documents state that on the night of April 15, the suspects were at the Mahogany Masterpiece Dance Studio and “discharged firearms into the crowd,” causing the death of four people. Thirty-two others were injured.

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Willie George Brown, Jr.

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The four killed were Shaunkivia Nicole Smith, 17, of Dadeville, Marsiah Emmanuel Collins, 19, of Opelika, Corbin Dahmontrey Holston, 23, of Dadeville, and Philstavious Dowdell, 18, of Camp Hill.

Investigators said the party was for the sister of victim Dowdell.

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is investigating. More charges are expected. ALEA has still not revealed a motive or said if any other suspects are on the loose.

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Investigators work at the site of a fatal shooting in downtown Dadeville, Ala., on Sunday, April 16, 2023. Several were killed during a shooting at a birthday party Saturday night, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)

ALEA's State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) is taking tips by phone at 1-800-392-8011 or by email at Anonymous calls may be made to Central Alabama Crimestoppers at 1-833-AL1-STOP. A reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest.

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