GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Accused Greenville double-murderer Leonard Stevenson Jr. is being charged in yet another homicide. According to a report in the Delta Democrat Times Leland police chief, Billy Barber said Stevenson was charged Thursday with one count of capital murder of Alonzo Dukes after being questioned by police. Dukes, 53, was shot to death on the evening of February 4th at a residence at 113 West Third St. in Leland. In a 2014 incident Dukes had been initially charged by police of shooting Deonte Powell who later bled to death at Duke’s home in the 2500 block of Naples Treet in Greenville. A municipal court judge dismissed the charges for lack of evidence. Stevenson meanwhile is being held on $1,000,000 bond for the stabbing deaths of Billy Smiley, Sr. and Ronnie Tubbs. Those stabbings occurred two days after the murder of Alonzo Dukes.