ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. -- The Alamance County Sheriff's Office says another arrest has been made in a homicide from December 2013, but three suspects are still at large.
Sheriff Terry Johnson tells WFMY News 2 Ron-Tel Vincae Royster of Hillsborough, was being sought for Accessory After the Fact of 2nd Degree Murder and Trafficking Cocaine charges.
Royster turned himself in to Mebane Police on Wednesday afternoon. He was taken to the Alamance County Sheriff's Office where he was served with his outstanding warrants and then placed in the Alamance County Detention Center under a one million dollar secured bond.
This arrest stems from December 29, 2013 when deputies say Humberto Flores-Reyes died after he was shot multiple times during an altercation at the Otter Creek Mobile Home Park on East Simpson Road.
Deputies say the altercation allegedly started from a drug trafficking incident and subsequent kidnapping.
The name Humberto Flores-Reyes has been determined to be an alias for Leopoldo Reyes-Villalobos according to Sheriff Johnson. Reyes-Villalobos is from Sinaloa, Mexico and has previous addresses in Neveda, Arizona, and Texas.
Another suspect, Humberto Rafael Anzaldo has been charged with First Degree Kidnapping and Trafficking in Cocaine charges. He was taken into custody on January 6, 2014 where he remained until his release after posting bond from the Alamance County Jail on January 21st.
Sheriff Johnson says three suspects are still at large:
Demarcus Lamont Cates, 23, of Durham for 2nd Degree Murder and Trafficking Cocaine charges.
Hector Manuel Lopez Jr., 20, of Burlington for 1st Degree Kidnapping and Trafficking in Cocaine charges.
Luis Armando Perez, 23, of Burlington for 1st Degree Kidnapping and Trafficking in Cocaine charges.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these suspects is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency.
Alamance County Sheriff's Office, WFMY News 2