UPDATE (6:40pm on Thursday, March 3) -- The four suspects in the Michael Nolan case have pleaded not guilty, according to The Journal News.
Nearly five and a half months after former A's prospect Michael Nolan was shot in a parking lot in Yonkers, New York, four young men have been arrested and charged for their involvement, according to The Journal News.
In an indictment that was unsealed Wednesday in Westchester County Court, 17-year-old Nashaun Hunter was charged with second-degree murder. Hunter is the suspected shooter in the incident.
Three others: Garth O'Neil Cole, 22; Tejmitra Singh, 23; and Darren Dawson, 18, were all charged with first-degree assault.
Nolan, 23, was shot during a drive-by incident on Sept. 18, 2015 while standing in the parking lot of Burger King in Yonkers. He was placed in a medically induced coma and was declared dead on Oct. 9.
According to authorities, the suspects fired six shots from the drive's side window of the car with one bullet striking Nolan in the head.
According to The Journal News, authorities said the suspects carried out the shooting as retaliation for the beating of someone they knew and was connected to an incident during a drag race two days earlier.
A Yonkers native, Nolan was selected by Oakland in the 18th round of the 2014 draft. He did not appear in any games while in the A's system and retired in 2014, though he remained on the team's restricted list.
Nolan, a 6-foot-7 lefty, was drafted out of Oklahoma City University and had undergone Tommy John surgery before being selected by the A's.
The A's sent Nolan's Rookie League jersey that he wore last year to his family, along with a home white jersey with his name and No. 47, which he wore in the Rookie League, on the back.