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COLUMBUS (WCMH) – A total of five suspects, including three boys under the age of 18, have been arrested for a fatal shooting at a north Columbus Dairy Queen in late August.

Columbus police said it has all the suspects in the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Nathaniel Joe-Summerall, 19, in custody.

Currently in custody are two 14-year-old boys, who joined previously arrested Mehki Lewis, 18, and Kiyaire Blow, 20. Police arrested both boys Tuesday and charged them with murder. A fifth suspect, a 16-year-old boy, also surrendered, Columbus police said Wednesday.

The five suspects are accused of killing Joe-Summerall at the Dairy Queen parking lot on Aug. 26 on the 1500 block of Schrock Road. Police said the group gathered in the parking lot in an apparent “planned meeting.” During the meeting, a fight broke out that led to the shooting.

Joe-Summerall was pronounced dead at about 2:30 p.m. A second shooting victim was reportedly dropped off at Riverside Methodist Hospital.

Through the investigation, CPD determined the second suspect was Blow. He was issued a $1 million bond in Franklin County Municipal Court on Sept. 1.

Lewis was arrested Aug. 29 after officers identified the suspect’s vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. He agreed to go to Columbus police headquarters for an interview, where he confessed to his involvement in the homicide, court records stated.

Lewis appeared in Franklin County Municipal Court Sept. 30 and was issued a $3 million bond by Judge Jim O’Grady.