EL SOBRANTE (CBS SF) — The Contra Costa County sheriff’s office has arrested a second suspect in the November shooting death of 28-year-old William Sims at a bar in El Sobrante.

No details were immediately available in the arrest of Ray Simons, 32, said sheriff’s spokesman Jimmy Lee.

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Daniel Porter-Kelly, 31, was arrested Nov. 16 and charged with one count of felony murder, one count of robbery and is facing a hate-crime enhancement for Sims’s killing.

Porter-Kelly pleaded not guilty to the charges on Nov. 28 in Contra Costa County Superior Court.

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Sims is African-American but prosecutors did not explain exactly why they felt Porter-Kelly should be charged with a hate crime, citing the ongoing investigation.

Police are still seeking one other suspect, 31-year-old Daniel Ortega, a resident of either Novato or Richmond.

Police say Simons, Porter-Kelly and Ortega killed Sims after some sort of altercation at the Capri Club on Appian Way.

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