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Bond denied for teen accused of fatally shooting man in the head

Torren Marquiz Eady was denied bond for murder Wednesday night. Torren Marquiz Eady was denied bond for murder Wednesday night.
Torren Eady (Source: Charleston Co. Detention Center) Torren Eady (Source: Charleston Co. Detention Center)
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

Bond was denied for a 19 year old charged with fatally shooting a man in the head in North Charleston.

Torren Marquiz Eady was denied bond for murder Wednesday night and given a $300,000 bond for three counts of attempted murder. A judge also set a $50,000 bond for a charge of possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.

North Charleston Police Department officials say Eady was arrested at a home on Ridgebrook Drive.

According to an affidavit, Eady went to the 1900 block of Success Street on April 6 around 10:05 p.m. and confronted two people who were with a group of people on a porch.

The affidavit states that the confrontation stemmed from an earlier altercation over custody of a child. Police say after a brief exchange of words, Eady took out a gun and fired several shots towards the group of people on the porch.

Court records state one of the bullets struck 21-year-old Adrian King in the head. He later died from his injuries. Another person was struck in the thigh.

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