Moody and Velasquez are scheduled to appear for their next hearings at 1 p.m. July 9.
Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones said the incident began with a previous theft and two groups meeting to fight in the park. Jones said Velasquez began firing into the crowd, striking Hill and injuring two others. But further investigation revealed another gun was fired during the incident that happened about 10 p.m., according to the sheriff’s office.
In addition to the fatal shooting of Hill, Zyshaun Johnson, 19, of Cincinnati, were shot.
On Friday, the murder charge was dismissed against Velasquez in Butler County Area II Court.
Hill was a recent graduate of Fairfield High School, where he played football, and he planned to play at Independence Community College in Kansas.