Byron McBride, 19, of Jackson has been arrested and is the alleged shooter of six-year-old Kingston Frazier, who was to have graduated kindergarten today.

Two Ridgeland teenagers were also arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Frazier early Thursday morning.

All three have been charged with capital murder at this point and remain at the Madison County Detention Center with no bond. 

Frazier’s body was found in his mother’s stolen and abandoned Toyota Camry in Gluckstadt by a passerby who’d heard the Amber Alert that went out multiple times in the wee hours. He had been shot at least once.

Dwan Wakefield, a former Ridgeland High School quarterback, and DeAllen Washington, both 17, were apprehended in Hinds County and taken to the Madison County Detention Center for questioning. No other information was immediately available on McBride.

Frazier was inside his mother’s car in the parking lot of the Kroger off I-55 in Jackson when she ran inside to get groceries. Frazier was last seen around 1:15 a.m. An Amber Alert was issued at approximately 4:30 a.m. with the Camry’s description. 

Around 7 a.m., another Amber Alert was issued with the description of a second vehicle believed to be involved in the crime, a Honda Civic.

At 9:43 a.m., the Amber Alert was cancelled and media inquires were directed to the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department.

Shortly before 11 a.m., Jackson Police Department Commander Tyree Jones confirmed that Frazier had been killed by a single gunshot wound.

The abandoned car with Frazier’s body was found off Gluckstadt Road near Industrial Drive.

Police say a nearby resident saw the abandoned vehicle and related it to the Amber Alert so she notified authorities.

Wakefield, according to social media accounts, is also the father of a one-year-old boy.

Washington apparently attended RHS but later transferred out of the Madison County School District for unknown reasons.

Social media accounts believed to be those of Washington’s are littered with violent references and photos.

“Could’ve ran track but I was busy running from the cops,” a Tweet sent out August 2016 reads.

A photo posted on the Twitter account believed to be Washington’s shows him posing with a pistol with the caption, “Shoota wit a Shoota.”

People from across the state have since taken to Wakefield’s Facebook page where on May 10 he shared a video from the ACLU of Mississippi regarding a federal class action lawsuit alleging harassment against blacks by Sheriff Randy Tucker.

UPDATE: This story was updated from its original version to reflect the correct ages of both Dwan Wakefield and D'Allen Washington. Initially, Hinds County law enforcement officials said the teens were 18 years old but both are 17 years old with birthdays in August. Also, the story was updated to include that all three have been charged with capital murder in Madison County.