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Fourth man arrested in murder of St. Charles County football player

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(AP/KMOV) --  A fourth man has now been arrested after after a 26-year-old man from  the St. Louis Rams offseason roster died from being shot outside a Bass Pro Shop in St. Charles.

Jevon Little, 20, was taken into custody in the 2200 block of Hord in Jennings Wednesday afternoon.

Little was charged with second degree murder, first degree robbery, and armed criminal action.

Three other men were charged in the case Tuesday.
  
St. Charles police said Brandon Joyce died Tuesday morning. He had been hospitalized since being shot in the head on Friday.
  
The shooting in the parking lot of the Bass Pro Shop in St. Charles remains under investigation.

Cory Brooks, Tory Brooks, and Deveon Schockley, all 21, were charged Tuesday with second degree murder, attempted robbery and armed criminal action.
 
All four men are jailed on $1 million bond.
 
Lindsay Joyce, the victim’s brother, and her family say Brandon had gone bowling, then to Ameristar with a friend. They believe he was then forced at gunpoint by two men to withdraw $100 from an ATM machine before parking near the Bass Pro Shop.
 
Lindsay is calling her brother a hero.
 
Joyce was from St. Charles and was the son of former St. Louis Cardinals punter Terry Joyce.
  
He was an offensive tackle signed by Minnesota as an undrafted free agent out of Illinois State in 2008, but didn't make the team. He played for the Las Vegas Locomotives of the United Football League in 2009.
 
Police will not yet say what they believe happened in the parking lot.

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