By Mike Hellgren


BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Andrew Christopher O’Brien, the third suspect in the fatal beating of a Baltimore man in Toronto, turned himself into police Monday night.

O’Brien was wanted for second-degree murder in the death of University of Baltimore student Julian Jones.

Jones was attending a bachelor party in Canada when he was beaten to death almost three weeks ago.

O’Brien is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.

Police are also building their case–and flew from Toronto to Baltimore to interview the victim’s friends and family.

On Sunday, Jones’ father Tobias held a celebration of his son’s life. A crowd filled the service in Glen Burnie to remembering the 26-year-old whose life was taken too soon.

Jones was set to get married and graduate from the University of Baltimore next year.

Kamari Folkesand, 24, and Kenneth Omorogbe, 25, have also been charged with second degree murder in Jones’s death.

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