Indictments in the Kingston Frazier murder were returned last week by a Madison County grand jury.

Frazier, 6, was murdered in the early morning hours on May 18 in Gluckstadt after the car he was in was stolen from a Kroger parking lot in Jackson off I-55. Three suspects were initially arrested and charged with capital murder.

Byron Delance McBride, 19, of Jackson was indicted on one count of capital murder and also indicted for possession of stolen property. McBride could face life without parole or the death penalty for the first count and an additional five years for the second count.

D’Allen Tyreek Washington, 17, of Ridgeland was indicted on three separate counts: accessory after the fact to murder, accessory after the fact to kidnapping, and accessory after the fact to motor vehicle theft. The first two charges carry maximum sentences of 20 years and the third count carries a five-year penalty.

Washington was out on a $25,000 bond for an alleged armed robbery in Ridgeland at the time of the Frazier murder. Washington was 17 at the time of the murder.

Dwan Diandro Wakefield, also 17 at the time of the murder, will have his case initially heard in Madison County Youth Court.

The grand jury issued a finding of probable cause and request for certification. He faces the same three indictments as Washington.

Since Wakefield was a minor at the time and not out on bond for another crime, the grand jury found that exclusive original jurisdiction in the case rests with the Youth Court.

“The Grand Jury hereby respectfully requests that the Youth Court of Madison County take all available actions to certify the above named individual as an adult and thereby transfer this case to the Circuit Court of Madison County,” the grand jury order stated. “The Grand Jury believes it to be in the best interest of justice that (Wakefield) be charged and tried as an adult for his involvement in the death of Kingston Frazier.”

Frazier’s mother went to the Kroger off I-55 in Jackson to buy items for her son’s kindergarten graduation party that would be held later that day.

Frazier was asleep in his car seat in the back of the car when it was stolen and driven 15 miles north to Gluckstadt, where the car was later dumped off Gluckstadt Road in a ditch near the state Alcohol Beverage Control warehouse.

Wakefield was arrested first at 11:30 a.m. that Thursday in Jackson. Washington surrendered to police around 2:30 p.m., and McBride as taken into custody around 4 p.m. at the Somerset Apartments on County Line Road by the U.S. Marshals.

McBride and Washington remain in custody at the Madison County Detention Center. Wakefield was released earlier this year on $275,000 bond.