Bond set for 1 of 2 brothers in custody for Walterboro shootings

Dkwon Pinckney (Source: SLED)
Dkwon Pinckney (Source: SLED)
David Pinckney (Source: SLED)
David Pinckney (Source: SLED)
Anthony Frasier (Source: SLED)
Anthony Frasier (Source: SLED)

WALTERBORO (WCSC) - State police say a man wanted in connection to a shooting at a Walterboro night club over the holiday weekend turned himself in to Colleton County deputies Wednesday morning.

David "Super Dave" Marshall Pinckney, 29, turned himself in to deputies. He has been charged with three counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

David Pinckney's bond was set at $250,000 Thursday.

The arrest came less than a day after officials arrested his brother for murder.

Agents with the State Law Enforcement Division and deputies with the Colleton and Dorchester County Sheriff's Departments arrested Dkwon Verriel Pinckney, 31, shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday at his girlfriend's residence in Summerville.

Dkwon Pinckney was wanted for murder and 1st degree burglary in connection with the shooting death of 60-year-old Annie Ruth Mack. Mack was killed in her Black Street home Saturday night.

Dkwon Pinckney was interviewed by SLED agents Tuesday night and is being housed at the Colleton County Detention Center.

The Colleton County Sheriff's Office has also obtained attempted murder arrest warrants for Pinckey's brother, David Pinckney and for 29-year-old Anthony Perez "Banks" Frasier in connection with a shooting incident in the parking of Club Camelot early Friday morning.

SLED Agents and Colleton County deputies are searching for an additional suspect involved in a shooting inside Club Camelot on the same day.

SLED Agents and investigators are trying to determine if the three shootings are related.

Citizens with information on Frasier's whereabouts are urged to call CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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