The third suspect in the May 5 fatal double shooting at a recording studio in Midtown Manhattan was arrested by the police on Thursday.

The third suspect, Justin Rodriguez, 18, of Staten Island, has been arrested and charged with murder. Earlier in July, police also arrested 24-year-old Kabal Reyes and 21-year-old Daniel Williams, both from New Jersey, charged with murder in connection to the death of rapper Kamir King.

King, who was known as the 34-year-old rapper Haarlem Star, was shot in the head inside the recording studio at 354 West 37th St. in Midtown Manhattan. He is believed to be the intended target of the shooting. Meanwhile, a 24-year-old Devon Dillahunt was also found outside the 350 West 37th St. building with a gunshot wound in the stomach. Police discovered a gun under him. Dillahunt is believed to be linked to Reyes' group, and police believe he was struck in gunfire as the group fled the scene. His potential connection to the homicide was not clear. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) immediately took both men to a hospital, where they were pronounced dead.

Several people were hanging out at the music studio when four people showed up and fired their guns. At the time, police sources said an unspecified amount of money and marijuana was found in the studio.

Police previously released pictures of four suspects in the shooting who allegedly fled the scene; one remains at large, and investigators are still looking for the last suspect.

Detectives are still identifying who shot whom, and the investigation remains active. George Mims, an artist who goes by GMims, spoke with Eyewitness News back in May about King. They both graduated from Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem and had collaboration plans together. "He was a really dope rapper, dope producer, part of the nucleus in my school of artists," Mims said.

Anyone with additional information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at or on Twitter @NYPDTips. All calls are strictly private and confidential.

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