FAIRHOPE, Ala. (WALA) - The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office has made a second capital murder arrest in connection to the death of Donald "DJ" Howard.
Deputies arrested Bruce Salter, 24, at his Fairhope home on Tuesday, June 25. Investigators say they connected Salter with Howard's murder after additional information and evidence came to light.
Salter joins Immanuel "CJ" Jenkins, who was arrested and charged with capital murder shortly after the crime on January 14, 2013.
Jamon Lawrence was also arrested and charged with Hindering Prosecution 1st degree.
Investigators said Howard was killed on January 14, 2013 on Parker Road in the Montrose community of Fairhope. His remains however were only found more than a week later in the Plateau Cemetery off Bay Bridge Road in Mobile.
Howard's family said this arrest, some 5 months later, is a reminder that the truth will eventually come out.
"Families are going to be destroyed people are going to be destroyed," said DJ's aunt, Maeola Coleman. "Just like my sister, she was destroyed - she's still destroyed ... is there victory even though he's been arrested? No."
Relatives believe there are still others out there who were involved in the crime.
The investigation is ongoing.
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