The Arizona man charged with the murder of a Quincy boy now has a legal team in place.

Recently retired Adams County Circuit Judge Scott Walden had been trying for the past three weeks to find legal representation for 20-year-old Steson Crider. During a hearing Wednesday, it was revealed that Quincy attorneys John Hauk and Tad Brenner would represent Crider.

Steson Crider is charged with first degree murder in the death of 12-year-old Ray Humphrey, Jr.

Crider’s arraignment is set for July 8.

Kurt Parsons