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UPDATE (Aug. 3, 2021)– Jacob Rasner was found guilty and sentenced to 62 years in prison.

UPDATE (October 18, 2019): Jesse Boggs pleaded guilty to confinement and battery with a deadly weapon charges in September, and was sentenced to 17 and a half concurrent years in prison on October 17, 2019.

Original story:

RICHMOND, Ind. – Four men have been arrested in connection with the murder of a 27-year-old man in Richmond.

James Herbolt was found dead from a gunshot wound outside a North Centerville Road property last October, according to the Pal Item. He had been reported missing the month before.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office says it served four sealed warrants on Thursday to arrest Donald L. Bailey Jr., 27, Jacob Rasner, 23, Jesse Howard Boggs, 31, and William Mathews, 49, for their involvement in the murder.

The sheriff’s office says Bailey, Rasner and Boggs are being charged with murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury, criminal confinement armed with a deadly weapon, and battery by means of a deadly weapon.

Officers say Mathews is being charged with assisting a criminal.

Additional details regarding the investigation were not provided by the sheriff’s office.