Second arrest made in shooting death of Clay HS senior

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St. Joseph County Metro Homicide has made a second arrest in the shooting death of a popular Clay High School student.

In the early morning hours of April 16, 18-year-old Nathan Hall was shot and killed while riding his bike in the 1400 block of N. Adams Street.

On June 4, police arrested 18-year-old Shane Williams in connection with the case. He's being held without bond on charges of felony murder and robbery.

Now a second man, Jermaine Doushion Munn Jr., 16, has been charged in the murder as well. He is being held at the St. Joseph County Jail without bond.

He will be in court Thursday at 1:00 p.m. to be arraigned.

According to charging documents, Hall and Williams communicated via Facebook about meeting up for a marijuana deal.

A witness told police he overheard Williams and Munn talking about robbing Hall because he had "a lot of marijuana."

Charging documents say when the three met up, Munn shot Hall in the head while Williams took the drugs and cash.

"They could have just taken his property and left," said Metro Homicide Commander Tim Corbett. "There was a decision made by a second individual -- that we will get to -- to, in our estimation, in our opinion, in our expertise assassinated Nathan. That's exactly what it was. It's just that clear to us."

According to charging documents, Hall was killed for a small amount of marijuana and $80 cash.