A fourth suspect in a shooting and stabbing at a South Portland recreational complex was indicted Thursday on multiple felony charges, including attempted murder.

John Albert Janums, 19, of Portland had not been charged previously in connection with the incident on March 11 at the Wainwright Recreation Complex parking lot on Gary L. Maietta Way.

Two other suspects, Essa Sayed, 18, of Portland, and Zachary Swain, 18, of Cape Elizabeth, were arrested the evening after the attack and have remained in Cumberland County Jail in Portland since. In June, Sayed, Swain and Noah Sibole-Little,19, of Portland, were indicted on charges of attempted murder, elevated aggravated assault and robbery in the case.

All four men are accused of shooting and stabbing two people in what South Portland police called a drug deal involving “a relatively small quantity of marijuana.”

One victim, a 19-year-old from South Portland, was shot and was treated briefly at a hospital before being released. The other victim, an 18-year-old from South Portland, was stabbed and was hospitalized for a longer period at Maine Medical Center in Portland.

The Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office released no other information about the indictment against Janums other than the charges against him – two counts of attempted murder, one count of robbery, one count of elevated aggravated assault and one count of aggravated assault. At the close of business on Thursday, the criminal clerk’s office at the Cumberland County Courthouse in Portland had yet to assemble Janums’ case file.

South Portland police Lt. Frank Clark confirmed that Janums was an additional suspect in the Wainwright complex shooting and stabbing.

It was not immediately clear whether the court would issue a warrant for Janums’ arrest or whether he would be issued a date to appear before a judge on the new charges.

The charges of attempted murder, robbery and elevated aggravated assault are each punishable by up to 30 years in prison. Aggravated assault is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.