A Quincy attorney was named Monday to represent a Quincy man in a conspiracy case connected with the death of a 12 year old boy last year.

In Adams County Circuit Court, Judge Amy Lannerd appointed Anthony Cameron to defend 25 year old Stefan Crider III on four counts of conspiracy to commit obstruction of justice in connection with the shooting death of Ray Humphrey, Jr. in March of 2015.

Cameron was appointed because all of the attorneys in the Adams County Public Defender’s office had conflicts of interest in the case.

Crider III is alleged to have helped his half-brother, Steson Crider, leave the state and get rid of a gun after the shooting.

Charges against Crider III had been dropped before Steson Crider stood trial for murder. After Steson’s conviction, charges against Crider III and his parents were refiled.