Stefan Crider III Turns Himself In to Authorities in Springfield
A man wanted by Quincy Police has turned himself in, according to media reports.
24-year-old Stefan Crider III is facing conspiracy to obstruct justice charges in connection with the shooting of 12-year-old Rayshone Humphrey Jr. According to KHQA, Crider turned himself in to the Sangamon County Sheriff's Department in Springfield on Wednesday morning.
Stefan Crider III is the half-brother of Steson Crider, who was arrested over the weekend in Mesa, Arizona, and charged with first-degree murder in the boy's death.
Two other suspects, 40-year-Stefan Crider Jr. and 39-year-old Julia Crider, are also facing conspiracy to obstruct justice charges. Both made their first court appearances in Adams County Circuit Court on Tuesday.
Rayshone Humphrey Jr. was killed in the early morning hours of March 28 in front of a home on North Fifth Street in Quincy.