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Charleston Release Names Of Motorcycle Shop Shooting Victims

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Update: July 1, 2013 8:10 a.m.

Charleston County officials have released the names of three people shot to death at a motorcycle shop in North Charleston. 

The victims were 41-year-old Maurice Horry of Columbia; 39-year-old Carlos Davis of Columbia; and 38-year-old Theodore Waymeyers Jr., of Summerville. 

Police have arrested two men in Saturday's shooting. 

Spokesman Spencer Pryor says 43-year-old Ronald Reid was arrested Sunday morning and charged with murder. Thirty-two-year-old Barry Stinson was also arrested and is charged with second-degree lynching by mob, an attack on someone by several people. 

It was not clear if the men have attorneys. 

Police say the shooting happened during an argument in the store. Witnesses said a group of people were fighting before the shooting. 

Horry died at the scene. Davis and Waymeyers died en route to a hospital.

July 1, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Three people are dead and another wounded after a shooting outside at a South Carolina motorcycle shop.

North Charleston police spokesman Spencer Pryor says Saturday's shootings in the parking lot of the Cycle Gear shop broke out after a fight involving several people. A store manager says the fight started inside the store and then moved outside.

Police said Sunday they arrested 43-year-old Ronald Reid and charged him with murder. Charged with second-degree lynching by mob is 32-year-old Barry Stinson. Police did not provide their home towns and Pryor did not respond to a message asking whether they had lawyers.

Both are expected to appear at bond hearings Monday.

A woman in Summerville who identified herself as Reid's mother declined comment Sunday. Stinson did not have a listed telephone number.

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