A grand jury has indicted three men accused in a deadly stabbing two weeks ago in Midtown. 

Bert Jones, Jr., 32, 27-year-old Shalom Gilmore and 39-year-old Ralph Jim were each indicted Monday in the murder of 28-year-old Philip Cleveland. 

Anchorage Police were called to the 200 block of Northern Lights Boulevard late in the night on August 9 where they found Cleveland suffering a cut to his throat, along with stabbing wounds to his neck and face, as well as broken bones in his face; an autopsy found that he had “defensive” wounds on his hands and arms. Cleveland was pronounced deceased on the scene. 

Bert Jones Jr., 32, (left) and Ralph Jim, 39, were arraigned Saturday, Aug, 12, 2017 in the Anchorage stabbing death of Philip Cleveland. (Andy Nichtman/KTVA)

Officers were able to recover surveillance video from a nearby business that captured the homicide, allowing them to identify their suspects. 

Jones, Jr. is facing murder in the first and second degree. His bond was set at $250,000 plus a court-approved third party custodian. 

Gilmore was indicted on the charge of murder in the first degree, while Jim was indicted for second-degree murder. Both Gilmore and Jim had bond set in the amount of $50,000 plus a court-approved third party custodian. 

Murder in the first degree carries a prison sentence of 25 to 99 years, while murder in the second degree carries a sentence of 15 to 99 years.

All three suspects are to be arraigned Wednesday in Superior Court.