Some big news out of Henry County over the weekend...the sheriff`s office there announced the arrest of five additional suspects for the murder of Charles James Hatfield. Hatfield was killed almost a year ago, his body was found last March off County Road 104 by the Henry County Coroner. Authorities then arrested James Stuckey and charged him with capital murder. But yesterday, the sheriff`s office held a press conference where they said they think six people were involved in the death of CJ Hatfield. Authorities on Saturday, arrested Sarah Michelle Drescher, 20 of Headland, Mark Anthony Hammond, 36, of Newton, Morris Scott Mathis, age 23 of Dothan, James William Bailey IV, 27, of Dothan, and John Edward Parmer, 24 of Dothan, and charged each of them with capital murder. Charges are pending against James Adger Stuckey, 28, of Dothan, and were also upgraded in connection with the March 2004 murder case. Authorities believe that the case was basically over some drugs. Sheriff Armstrong of Henry County says, they believe all five people were present when Hatfield was shot, and that there was more than one shooter involved. Police found a .38-caliber gun they believe may have been the weapon used to kill Hatfield from an acquaintance of Stuckey`s and found another, a .380 handgun, in his truck. Hammon, Bailey, Mathis, Stuckey, and Parmer are scheduled to have a preliminary hearing April 6th.