Third arrest made in killing of UGA student from Suwanee

Athens-Clarke County police announced another arrest Wednesday in the suspected drug-related killing of a UGA student from Suwanee.

Police charged Lucas Amsler Raposo, 20, of Athens, in the Jan. 13 killing of 21-year-old Min Seok Cho.

Cho was shot after he and Raposo met with Cormaine Goss, 21, and Andre Ruff, 18, to distribute marijuana, police said.

Cho was a graduate of Peachtree Ridge High School in Suwanee.

Raposo is charged with felony murder, tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Goss and Ruff were arrested earlier on similar charges, including felony murder and aggravated assault.

Athens-Clarke County police along with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and University of Georgia police collaborated in the investigation. They ask anyone with information regarding this killing to contact the Athens-Clarke County Police Department’s Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 706-613-3342 or Detective Chris Brogden at 706-613-3888 ext. 312.

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