One of three teenagers arrested and charged with capital murder in the shooting death of six-year-old Kingston Frazier was set to stand trial in June for an armed robbery in Ridgeland last year.

D’Allen Tyreek Washington, 17, of Ridgeland was out on $25,000 bond for an alleged armed robbery where he and three other suspects are alleged to have robbed a young man attempting to buy dope.

Washington, along with 17-year-old Dwan Diondro Wakefield of Ridgeland and 19-year-old Byron Delance McBride of Jackson, have all three been charged with capital murder in Frazier’s death, although the authorities say charges may be added or altered as the investigation continues. All remain behind bars at the Madison County Detention Center without bond and will appear in Madison County Justice Court on Monday for an initial hearing.

Multiple law enforcement sources say McBride is the alleged triggerman who shot Frazier multiple times.

Frazier was taken in his mother’s car from the Kroger parking lot on I-55 in Jackson around 1 a.m. Thursday morning after she had been to a bar. The child was found in the abandoned car shot to death multiple times in Gluckstadt about 15 miles north.

Madison County Coroner Alex Breeland said Friday an autopsy has been performed on Frazier and the official cause of death was ruled a homicide and he died of multiple gunshot wounds. Breeland said no more information on the death would be released at this time.

The multi-jurisdictional investigation initially involved the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, Hind’s County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson Police Department, U.S. Marshals, and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation. All media inquires have now been directed to MBI.

MBI spokesman Warren Strain said no new information was available to report, but he did respond to a number of rumors circulating around social media implicating the child’s mother and other theories of how the event unfolded.

“It’s rumor and speculation, conjecture,” he said. “Do not put any stock in what you’re seeing in social media. The investigation is early on, and what is being put on social media is untrue and not factual.”

Questions have now arisen over the timeline and which agencies knew what and when.

Law enforcement sources say that Frazier’s mother, Ebony Archie, was at a night club Wednesday night and after leaving she went to pick up Frazier from a friend’s place. From there, she drove a Toyota Camry to the Kroger on I-55 at approximately 1:15 a.m. Thursday.

Archie is not a suspect in Frazier’s murder, law enforcement sources said.

At 1:28 a.m. Jackson Police Department received a call about a stolen car with a child in the back. However, Hinds County Sheriff Victor Mason told reporters at a press conference on Thursday that the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department was not notified of the crime until 2:30 a.m. Hinds County deputies work security at the Kroger location and Mason said it was one of his deputies who first reported the stolen car.

An Amber Alert was issued three hours after the initial call came into JPD about the missing vehicle, prompting multiple alerts until 9:43 when MBI cancelled the Amber Alert.

Frazier’s body was later found inside the abandoned Camry on Gluckstadt Road and law enforcement officers quickly sealed off the scene.

An impromptu press conference was held on the scene as a gaggle of reporters had formed and JPD Commander Tyree Jones confirmed that Frazier had been murdered. This was after a local media outlet erroneously reported that Frazier was found alive and safe.

At that point, Frazier’s father and other family members arrived on the scene. Police had notified the mother before telling press the news and sources say they had been unable to reach Frazier’s father.

Some media outlets continued to livestream as the father and an aunt broke down. The Madison County Journal ended its livestream when the Madison County Sheriff asked the media to stop reporting.

Wakefield was arrested about 11:30 a.m. in Jackson and taken to the Hinds County Detention Center before later being transported to Madison County.

Washington turned himself in to Hinds County law enforcement officials around 2:30 p.m. and later surrender to Madison County law enforcement with his lawyer by his side.

McBride was taken into custody around 4 p.m. at the Somerset Apartments on County Line Road by the U.S. Marshals.

Hinds County law enforcement initially reported that both Wakefield and Washington were 18 years old but they won’t turn that age until August.

Wakefield, currently a junior at Ridgeland High School, was the starting quarterback for the team this year.

Washington attended RHS, too, but later transferred to a school outside of the Madison County School District, sources confirmed.

Frazier was set to graduate kindergarten yesterday at North Jackson Elementary School.