AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Police in Aurora have arrested a fourth suspect wanted in connection with the deadly shooting of a teenager in a Taco Bell parking lot last summer.

Police say Mark Chafant, 19, died from gunshot wounds after a marijuana sale went awry on June 4, 2014 at the restaurant in the 3500 block of South Tower Road.

(credit: CBS)

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Police arrested Calvin Banks, 18, Sterling Hook, 17, and Vincent Rucker, 16, on first-degree murder charges just a few weeks after the shooting. A fourth suspect remained on the run until Thursday afternoon when investigators with the Aurora Fugitive Team and Denver Police arrested a 15-year-old male.

An arrest affidavit states Chafant attempted to sell marijuana to the teens. The arrest affidavit says they had a “plan of ‘doing a lick’ (street term for robbery) of the person’s weed and running away with it.” Chafant negotiated to sell the pot for $180 to the trio, the affidavit said.

Witnesses said shots were fired in the parking lot after a fight had broken out. Police found a gun and bag of marijuana in Chafant’s car. A witness told police he saw Hook pick up a revolver and throw it through the car’s windows.

Because the fourth suspect is a juvenile, information regarding his arrest has been sealed.