PLYMOUTH, N.C. (WNCT) – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has arrested four men in connection with the death of Craig Swain, who disappeared after a Super Bowl party in 2008.

On Thursday, Sheriff Johnny Barnes along with the State Bureau of Investigation and District Attorney Office arrested 46-year-old Keith Levon Patrick of Roper, 29-year-old Joshua James Arnold of Plymouth, and 30-year-old Nicholas Cody Patrick of Creswell.

The three face charges for Accessory After the Fact of First Degree Murder from a bill of indictment of Craig Swain and placed in jail under a $250,000 bond.

Marvin Jordae Lewis, 27,  was originally arrested on September 18 on a charge of Accessory After the Fact of First Degree Murder.

Lewis’s charge was upgraded through a bill of indictment to an open count of first-degree murder, and he was arrested again on Thursday and was placed in jail under a $2,000,000 bond.

Sheriff Barnes anticipates more arrests to be made.

This has been ongoing investigation since this case was reopened and upgraded from a missing person to a murder investigation.

Anyone with information in the case is asked to call the Washington County Sheriff Office at 252-793-2422 or the NCSBI at 252-756-4755.