Tampa, Florida -- The fourth and final suspect is under arrest in connection with the May 13th beating of Army Sergeant Johnny Aparicio.
Brandon Miller, 18, faced a judge Wednesday after surrendering himself at Orient Road Jail.
The attack was caught on a South Tampa homeowner's video surveillance system and instantly made national news as Tampa Police searched for the four suspects.
Photo Gallery: Soldier beaten and robbed in South Tampa
Three of the suspects were quickly taken into custody, but one man, Miller, remained on the run.
Police say he turned himself in Tuesday at the Orient Road Jail but was uncooperative and unremorseful for his alleged role in the attack.
"It's one of those cases that had the whole community involved," said Tampa Police spokeswoman Andrea Davis. "We weren't going to rest until we had all four suspects in custody. It's a very good day."
This search became a top priority for the TPD district covering West and South Tampa. Tampa Police say the lead detective in particular deserves a lot of credit for working nonstop to make sure all four suspects were locked away.
Police say Miller has an extensive criminal history and was last arrested by Clearwater Police for possession of a firearm by a delinquent.
"He has some very violent charges and hopefully this will be the charge that keeps him in jail a long time so he doesn't do this to anyone else," said Davis.
Tuesday night he was being held in the Hillsborough County Jail on $50,000 bond. He made his first appearance in court Wednesday morning.
Miller's alleged accomplices, Geroshe Lewis, Lerome Howard, and Jared Richardson -- all 18 years old as well -- have already been arrested. They are all charged with aggravated battery and robbery.
Lewis remains in custody. Howard and Richardson have since bonded out of jail.
The State has filed motions to detain Lewis and Howard before their trials. Prosecutors said they would not file the same motion for Miller.