- Associated Press - Thursday, June 4, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Maine State Police say a third man wanted in connection with a drug-related killing in Biddeford in 2013 is in custody.

Police say 21-year-old Mohamud Mohamed was accompanied by a lawyer when he turned himself in at the Cumberland County Courthouse on Thursday before being moved to the county jail.

Defense lawyer Thomas Hallett said Mohamed will be pleading not guilty at his initial court appearance Friday in York County.

Bub Peter Nguany (nuh-GAY’-nee) was arrested the day after the shooting of Charles Raybine, who was killed while sitting in his car in March 2013 in a parking lot in Biddeford.

A year passed before the arrest of a second man - 20-year-old John Lopez of Old Orchard Beach - and an announcement that police were looking for Mohamed.

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