A Texas 17-year-old has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting earlier this year of a woman who was visiting her son’s gravesite.

Per regional outlet KWTX, the individual—identified in reports as Christian Lamar Weston but listed as Christin Lamar Weston in online jail records—was arrested over the weekend and ordered to be held without bond.

The fatal shooting is reported to have taken place at the Calvary Baptist Church Garden of Memories Cemetery in Bell County in March. According to her ex-husband, the shooting victim—identified as Yolanda N’Gaojia—was visiting their son Amir’s gravesite in commemoration of what would have marked his 22nd birthday.

N’Gaojia, 52, was pronounced dead by the local Justice of the Peace less than two hours after officers first responded to the scene of the shooting. Another individual was also hit in the shooting but ultimately survived their injuries, which were minor and were said to have been treated at the scene.

In a press release, Killeen Police said a complaint charging Weston with murder had been returned following a review of the case by the Bell County District Attorney’s Office. Weston was arraigned and ordered to be held without bond. Additionally, the teen was arraigned on an unlicensed carrying of a weapon charge, although this count is said to be unrelated to the fatal shooting.

The murder charge, per online records, is a first-degree felony. Publicly available documents with a listed filing date of Aug. 15 note that Weston was charged with murder as part of a pre-indictment felony case.