Jamall Killings, the black man who gave false and misleading media interviews about the racially motivated lynching of White Cincinnati motorist Jamie Urton, has been arrested and charged with murder and felonious assault in the case. The second suspect, who is also wanted for a murder charge against Urton, Deonte Baber, is still at large. A reward has been offered for his capture. On Saturday a SWAT team almost caught up with Baber at his mother’s home, where he had been spotted.

Jamall Killings will face his first day in court this morning for his initial arraignment.