TOCCOA, Ga. - Federal marshals arrested the fourth suspect Friday in the murder of a Clemson student from Fort Mill.
Officials said four law enforcement agencies were on the scene in Toccoa, Ga., to arrest Lester Mosley Jr.
Pickens County Sheriff's Office officials said Mosley waived extradition and is on his way back to Pickens County.
Mosley is one of four men charged with killing 23-year-old Steven Grich in his off-campus apartment during a robbery of his roommate.
Jaron Dalton, Jordan Dalton and Bernard Ramsey already are in custody.
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