As Def Sounds previously reported, according to Montgomery police, a 25-year-old man, Jason Quan McWilliams of Montgomery, turned himself into authorities on Sunday night (Dec 28, 2013) and he was being held without bond. Now, we get word that a second man has turned himself into police in the murder of Alabama rapper Doe B.

According to RevoltTV, 25 year-old Darius Thomas is the second person to turn himself into authorities in the double homicide and killing of Hustle Gang rapper Doe B real name Glenn Thomas and 21 year-old Troy University student Kimberle Johnson and is now facing charges of capital murder.

The report states: “Both McWilliams and Thomas, both of Montgomery, AL, are facing the same charges and are being held without bail in the Montgomery County Detention Facility. The news of the arrests come at the time when Doe B and Kimberle Johnson’s families are preparing to lay them to rest.”

The double homicide took place in a Montgomery, Alabama nightclub on Saturday morning (December 27, 2013). You can read the original report of Doe B’s murder [here].