Two more men charged with murder following August shooting in South Bend

Jesus (left) and Benito Pedraza (Photos supplied/St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office)

Two more men have been charged in a South Bend shooting during a drug deal gone wrong.

That means four men are now charged with murdering Anton James Junior and Damon Bethel on August 2.

29-year-old Jesus Pedraza and 27-year-old Benito Pedraza were arrested late Wednesday night. In addition to each being charged with multiple counts of murder, they also face attempted robbery charges.

They’re being held without bond, along with 34-year-old Joshua Sage and 40-year-old Ronald Snyder, who are charged with murder and meth dealing. A fifth suspect, 37-year-old Robert Brady, is also charged with dealing meth.

The shooting happened at a home on Frederickson Street during a drug deal involving at least two pounds of methamphetamine.

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