NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A man wanted for armed robbery and attempted murder charges has surrendered to police.
The North Charleston Police Department says 20-year-old Jharrda Brown surrendered to investigators early Thursday morning for an incident that happened last year.
On Sept. 23, 2012, a police officer heard a gunshot and screaming in the area of the Berkshire St. Ives Apartments on St. Ives Road. When the officer went to investigate, he found the 30-year-old victim walking in the middle of the road.
The victim said he had just been robbed by two men near his apartment. The victim told police he was walking from his car to his apartment when he was approached by suspects outside his apartment door.
Police say one of the suspects took out a gun and demanded money. The suspects then took the victim's iPhone, a cellphone, keys and $700 in cash.
The victim said when his girlfriend, who was inside the house, turned on the porch light and opened the door, the suspects took off.
According to the victim, when he chased the suspects, one of them pointed a gun at him and fired once. The suspects then got into a vehicle, which was driven by a woman, and fled the area.
Police officials say 21-year-old Chanise Shirley King and 22-year-old Kadeem Shavod Felder were arrested last year for the incident as well.