The murder case was based on Nettles’ alleged involvement in a car theft when his accomplice was killed.
Court records said Nettles lives on Maffitt Avenue in St. Louis, but police said Thursday his current address was in Jennings.
Dmyah is one of at least eight young homicide victims in the city this year. The victims on this list are 17 years of age or younger.
9-year-old Caion Greene was shot dead when gunmen opened fire on his family’s vehicle in the LaSalle Park neighborhood on March 7.
Journee Hemphill, 8, and her 1-year-old sister, Jakari Hemphill, were fatally shot, along with their mother, in their Dutchtown home on February 4.
Kathon Moore, 14, was shot and killed on March 8 in the 1100 block of Hodiamont Avenue.
Teshawn Ford, 15, was gunned down on his way to a convenience store to trade weapons in the big city neighborhood on February 13.
Christa Medcalf, 17, died in a fire accident after the driver of the vehicle was shot repeatedly near Fairground Park on February 20.
Paris Lee Jr., 17, was fatally shot in the Dutchtown neighborhood on January 15.