STONECREST, Ga. — Nearly 10 days after a man was killed at Stonecrest Mall, and a day after the community came together in prayer at a vigil to seek an end to violence, police have announced three men wanted for murder.  

Now, one of those men is in custody. DeKalb Police said Taron Williams turned himself in with DeKalb Police on Wednesday - the same day police released the names of two other suspects and him.

The three were wanted in connection to the Sept. 29 fatal shooting of Kevin Downer at the mall. 

Police originally said a fight in the courtyard of the mall spilled into the parking lot. Police found Downer laying in the parking lot near the theater. He had been shot in the back.

Taron Williams, Jermel Campbell and Trayvon Williams are all facing murder charges. 

The public is asked to call the DeKalb County Police Department or Crime Stoppers with information leading to their arrests.

On Tuesday night, the senior pastor at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, who organized the vigil, said: "We felt like we had a moral responsibility to let our light shine outside of the sanctuary. And let it be seen in the streets."

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