A fourth person has been arrested in connection with the stabbing death of Joseph Batten in Cambridge, Ont. He faces a second degree murder charge.

Waterloo Region police say the 16-year-old Hamilton male was arrested by police in Montreal and is being transported back to the region.

Batten, 22, was killed in the early morning hours of Dec. 17 during an altercation that turned into a melee following an event at the Masonic Temple on Groh Avenue in Cambridge

Waterloo Regional Police Staff Sgt. Chris Downey says "They're all friends, I'm not sure about the closeness between them all, but they're all certainly well known to each other, and live in the same general area within the City of Hamilton."

No further arrests are anticipated unless new information comes to light, but police say the investigation into the murder continues.

Suspects make court appearances

Two of the three people arrested earlier this week made court appearances on Friday.

Madison Doyle, 18, was arrested charged with accessory after the fact on Tuesday.

In court on Friday bail was set at $25,000 and she was also ordered to live with her parents and abide by a curfew.

She was released after her family posted the bail and is set to return to court on Jan. 9.

Defence attorney Hal Mattson says "I think a lot of credit should go out to the administration of justice basically, to get this girl out when nobody wanted her in jail. Because otherwise, she would have been in for Christmas, and it may have been a couple of weeks before she got out of jail."

Doyle's father Tony did not want to appear on camera but tells CTV News she is a good kid, a good mother and is outgoing and compassionate.

Twenty-two-year-old Larry William Seth of Hamilton, who was arrested on Thursday, also appeared in court.

Seth is charged with second degree murder in connection with Batten's death.

He was remanded in custody pending a future court appearance via video link.

Wayne David Moore, 21, known as 'Young Drone,' also faces a second degree murder charge in Batten's death.

Moore turned himself in on Wednesday and appeared in court on Thursday. He will remain in custody until his return to court on Jan. 30.

Doyle's Facebook profile indicates she was engaged to Moore.