3 denied bond on kidnapping charges linked to Lincolnville murder

King D. Wilson, left, Latasha McCall, middle, and Travaris Walker. (Source:Charleston County Detention Center)
King D. Wilson, left, Latasha McCall, middle, and Travaris Walker. (Source:Charleston County Detention Center)
Fredrick Sanders (Source:Charleston County Detention Center)
Fredrick Sanders (Source:Charleston County Detention Center)

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Three people are charged with kidnapping in reference to the abduction of Marquis Richardson whose body was found shot to death along the railroad tracks off Lincolnville Road on Dec. 20.

The Charleston County Sheriff's Office says 23-year-old Latasha Yvette McCall of Charleston, King Dominique Wilson, 22, of North Charleston and Travaris Walker, 29, of Charleston faces one count each of kidnapping.

During the investigation, detectives learned that Richardson was abducted at gunpoint from Norman Street and was forced into a vehicle and taken from the house. All three suspects were being held on unrelated charges at the Al Cannon Detention Center when they were served warrants.

All three suspects were denied bond Sunday morning.

Investigators have issued an additional warrant for Fredrick Andre Sanders for kidnapping. Sanders last known place of residence is on Flood Street in downtown Charleston.

Authorities say no murder charges have been filed at this point and that they are continuing to seek a motive for the homicide to see if any of the suspects may have placed a role in Richardson's death.

If you know the whereabouts of Sanders, you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111 or the Charleston County Sheriff's Office at 843-202-1700.

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