FALL RIVER (WBSM) — The alleged shooter in the killing of Fall River’s Colus Jamal Mills-Good has been arrested, the fourth person now in custody in relation to the 18-year-old’s homicide last week.

According to the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, Amannie Chiclana, 19, of Fall River was arrested in Stoughton by members of the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section, State Police detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office and Fall River Police.

Chiclana will be arraigned Friday morning in Fall River District Court on charges of murder and carrying an illegal firearm.

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Three other Fall River residents – Jadyn Ortiz, 19; Xzavien Figueroa-Valcarel, 19; and Giovanni Nunes, 18 – were all previously arrested in connection to Mills-Good’s homicide on charges of accessory to murder-after the fact.

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Each of the three are currently being held on $250,000 cash bail.

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Mills-Good was killed on March 14. Fall River Police responded to the area of Rock Street and Franklin Street at around 11:41 a.m. that day for reports of shots fired. Mills-Good was found suffering from gunshot wounds and was rushed to St. Luke’s Hospital in New Bedford, where he was later pronounced deceased.

The D.A.’s Office said the investigation into his killing remains ongoing.

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Here are the crime rate statistics for SouthCoast communities, utilizing data from 2022, the most recent year available. Annual data is from the Massachusetts Crime Statistics. The number of crimes is a data collection of total arrests, DUI/OUI charges, violent crimes, and hate crimes. The clearance rate is the number of charged crimes divided by the total number of crimes recorded. We listed the SouthCoast towns alphabetically.

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