COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Three teens made their first appearance before a Recorders Court judge Thursday morning.
Nashira Miller, 19, Daijon Williams, 19, and 17-year-old Javon McClendon all face charges of murder in the fatal shooting of Javion Shorter.
During the search warrant of Daijon Williams apartment, police say they did find a gun matching a projectile recovered during an autopsy.
Witness testimony, phone records, and social media sites were all used to connect this case.
Investigators revealed in court that there was an argument between the victim and Miller right before the shooting.
Investigators also say the victim gave a statement to police before he passed, in which he reportedly revealed his "shooter."
But, that information was not released in court.
"McClendon had been going around claiming responsibility as the shooter, again I agree with Mr. Jackson, there was probably something problematic about the statement," said Thomas.
The state says they are waiting for more DNA evidence, and to interview more witnesses until they release more information.
The case is being bound over to Superior Court, no one was given a bond.