LODI (CBS13) – A fourth person has been arrested in connection to the murder case of Lodi doctor Thomas Shock.
Around 10 p.m. Wednesday night, Lodi police say they took 26-year-old Sacramento resident Raymond Jacquett into custody. He’s facing charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Lodi authorities previously said three other men – Robert Lee, Christopher Costello and Mallory Stewart – had been arrested in connection to the case.
Dr. Shock was killed in the doorway of his Lodi home back on Aug. 1.
Police have not stated a motive.
CBS13 has learned suspect Lee’s now-deceased wife was once a patient of Dr. Shock and that she filed a complaint over treatment she received from him that led to his probation and eventual loss of his license – just months before he was shot and killed.
Lee and his alleged co-conspirators are due in court on Thursday.