A third man was charged with murder about 10:30 p.m. Thursday in the slaying last month of a Pizza Hut delivery driver.
Trey A. Relford, 22, also is charged with first-degree robbery and tampering with evidence related to the death of Salahuddin Jitmoud, according to Lexington police. His arraignment is set for 1 p.m. Friday.
Jitmoud, 22, was found stabbed to death about 10:45 p.m. April 19 in a breezeway at Walnut Hill Apartments at 3716 Trent Circle. He died of a large wound to the front of his neck. His slaying was the city's sixth homicide.
Antonio Lewis, 30, and Cameron Rashawn McClellan, 28, previously were charged with murder and first-degree robbery in the case. Witnesses said the men were at the apartment complex the night of the killing, police have said. One witness said they saw Lewis, who lived at the complex, standing over Jitmoud with a knife. Lewis denied the witness's account and said he had seen Jitmoud arrive at the complex and nothing else except Jitmoud's body lying on the ground.
McClellan told police that Lewis directed him to act as a lookout while Lewis robbed Jitmoud, police have said.
Their cases have been sent to the grand jury.
According to a district court arrest citation, Relford was charged with fourth-degree assault in February after he "assaulted his girlfriend causing minor injuries." The charge was amended May 21 to disorderly conduct. Other court records show Relford with minor traffic offenses and a family court case.