Dyess is the fourth suspect arrested in the homicide, which took place at the Platinum Club nightclub in Pensacola, the city said in a news release.
The other three suspects, 19-year-old Dante Walker, 18-year-old Tequan Warren and 17-year-old Markesia James, were arrested in late August, news station WEAR-TV reported.
Warren, James and Dyess were all indicted in September on charges of first-degree felony murder, attempted second-degree murder and shooting into an occupied vehicle, while Walker is charged with accessory to murder, the news station reported.
Left to right: Dante Walker, Tequan Warren and Markesia James
The victim was leaving a concert with her sister and friends May 27 when a shooting broke out in the parking lot, Pensacola police said. More than 40 gunshots were fired from seven different guns, and Harris was fatally hit in the back by a stray bullet.
Police said she wasn’t the intended target of the shooting, which they said was between two rival gangs. The intended target was also hit in the back by one bullet but survived.
The incident stemmed from a fight that happened in 2017, and the two gangs are accused of 22 local shootings since then, police said.
Dyess remains in the Cobb jail awaiting extradition to Florida.
"We appreciate the help of the U.S. Marshals in tracking down this dangerous fugitive," Pensacola Mayor Grocer Robinson said in a release. "This is another example of how the partnership between the Pensacola Police Department and its federal partners can help make our community a safe place to live."
Investigators are still working to identify other suspects.
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Channel 2's Matt Johnson reports.