Shooting suspect arrested in Calif.

LAWRENCEVILLE - The third suspect in the June 11 killing of a Duluth man was arrested Thursday in Oakland, Calif.

Kevin Henderson, 21, was arrested outside his home by U.S. Marshals acting on information provided by the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Department and the U.S. Marshal's Southeast Regional Task Force.

According to police, 21-year-old Dimitrius White died after being shot in the back of the head during an altercation with Henderson and two 14-year-old boys, Michael White (no relation to Dimitrius White) and Brandon Ennis, near Michael White's Caboose Court home.

White and Ennis have been charged as adults.

Another man, 17-year-old Carl Judson, of Norcross, was shot in the arm during the incident.

Authorities believe White, Judson and another man went to the home to settle some sort of dispute, though no weapons were found in the late-model Buick White was driving.

Michael White and Ennis were arrested July 15 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta as they returned from a trip to California, where they are from.

According to arrest warrants, Henderson fired an assault rifle into the Buick, killing Dimitrius White and injuring Judson.

The extent of Michael White's and Brandon Ennis' involvement is unclear, as investigators have received differing accounts of what happened.

Henderson, charged with malice murder and aggravated assault, is being held at the Alameda County Jail awaiting extradition.