Three Pine Bluff men accused in the shooting death of a woman Monday night will make their first appearance in court Thursday morning, and police identified a fourth suspect who remains at large.

Three Pine Bluff men accused in the shooting death of a woman Monday night will make their first appearance in court Thursday morning, and police identified a fourth suspect who remains at large.

Kendal Porter, 23, Fitzpatrick Kemp, 34, and Michael Rentals, 19, are scheduled for a probable cause hearing at 9 a.m. in Jefferson County District Court.

All three were arrested Tuesday morning and are being held on probable cause of capital murder in the shooting death of Carol Baker, 54.

Interim Police Chief Jeff Hubanks confirmed Wednesday night that police are seeking Samuel Kimmons on probable cause of capital murder in Baker’s death.

Baker was shot on the parking lot of the Lakeview Apartments at 509 W. Barraque St. and was pronounced dead at the scene of gunshot wounds to the upper body.

Hubanks said a witness reported that six or seven people were involved in the shooting and police recovered shell casings from four different calibers of weapons at the scene.

Witnesses reported that the incident began when a group of people confronted Baker and her grandchildren's mother***, asking about another individual. There were also two small children there, a 4-year-old who was asleep in a car, and an 8-year-old who was with Baker and the other woman, according to witnesses.

Hubanks said Baker and the other woman told the group the person they were looking for wasn’t there, and “they just started shooting.”

On Tuesday, Hubanks said police were looking for at least one other person in connection with the incident. The name of that person has not been made public.

According to several sources, Baker was the mother of Courtney Lewis, who has been charged with one count of capital murder stemming from the shooting death of Kenneth Davis, 46, who was shot in the head on the parking lot of the E-Z Mart on University Drive on Dec. 16, 2011.

Lewis allegedly shot three other people that day, as well — Jeffrey Smith, 28, Latoya Curry, 31, and Rhonda Robinson, 20. Their injuries were not life threatening.

Lewis, who is being held by the Arkansas Department of Correction on a parole violation, has been charged with 17 separate offenses, 15 of them felonies.

Lewis was captured after he wrestled law enforcement officers in the ravine next to the Martha Mitchell Expressway, and was taken to Jefferson Regional Medical Center, where he escaped from custody for 30 to 45 minutes before being found hiding in a storage closet.

In March 2012, Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter said the state would seek the death penalty for Lewis. He is scheduled for trial in September.

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***This article has been corrected from its original version because a relationship was incorrectly described. Click here to view the correction notice.