GREENWOOD, SC (WSPA) – Greenwood Police Department officials said a second suspect has been arrested and two other suspects have been identified following a shooting at Greenwood Mall on July 28.
According to a Greenwood Police Facebook post, Narkevious Reid turned himself into detectives and was denied bond by a judge.
We reported earlier that Antonio Lafayette Williams, 23, of Greenwood, was arrested at a Walmart Monday evening on charges of attempted murder and possession of weapon during a violent crime.
Reid was wanted on the same charges as Williams.
According to a warrant, Williams and several other people reportedly attempted to murder a victim at Cross-Creek mall.
The arrest warrants revealed that Williams, Reid and the other suspect reportedly got into an argument with a victim in Foot Locker at the mall.
The suspects reportedly leave the store and then waited for the victim to exit.
The victim told an employee at the store that those individuals were after him.
According to the warrant, the victim then left the store and went out towards the Belk side of the mall.
The suspect then reportedly tried to chase the victim down. One of the suspects then pulled out a gun and fired several rounds at the victim.
According to the warrant, the victim and the suspects then ran from the scene.
Police said two other people were identified as suspects in the shooting — Shyheim Alston, 23, of Greenville and Shyheim Freeman, 23, of Greenwood.
According to the post, Alston and Freeman should be considered armed and dangerous.
If anyone sees Alston and Freeman, police ask that you do not approach them, but rather call 911 and tell them where they are.
Anyone with information on the two wanted suspects is asked to contact Greenwood Police by calling 864-942-8405, contact them through their Facebook page or use their anonymous tip form.