SAN FRANCISCO—As previously reported by the San Francisco News, on November 23, 2014 at approximately 11 p.m., a disabled homeless man, Tai Lam was beaten to death on the streets of San Francisco by three unprovoked men, one of which remained unidentified until recently.

The third suspect, Anthony Gibson-Brum was arrested on Wednesday, November 16 for his involvement in the crime. The other two suspects, Joseph Stull and David Peters, both residents of Idaho were arrested in late October 2016. All three men are in their early 20s and are each being held on a $5 million bail.

Brum, 22, was found sleeping in his car in Stockton on Wednesday and was taken into custody by officers from the San Francisco Police Department. He was booked at San Francisco County Jail before his arraignment on November 17.

Lam, 67, weighed less than 100 pounds and stood at 5 feet and 5 inches tall at the time of the attack. He was found near his crutches. He suffered from polio, an infectious disease that causes deterioration and paralysis of the muscles, and was a victim with little defense.

The three suspects were caught via surveillance video in the 100 block of Sutter Street, as they stomped Lam to death, who at the time was lying in his sleeping bag in a downtown alley.

Anthony Gibson-Brum, Joseph Stull and David Peters all face charges that include murder, second-degree robbery, elderly or dependent adult abuse, and assault with force, according to the San Francisco Police Department.