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Bond set at $750k for man accused in fatal shooting at Summerville bar

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) - Bond was set at $750,000 on Wednesday for a Cross man accused in the fatal shooting of a woman at a Summerville bar. 

Shearon Lamar Bennett remains behind bars and charged in the Dec. 8, 2013 murder of 32-year-old April Infinger of Goose Creek.

According to a release from the coroner's office, the shooting happened at 12:48am at the Moonshine Saloon on Myers Road in Summerville. Infinger was celebrating a friend's birthday at the bar. The friend, Aubrey Cade told Harve Jacobs a fight broke out inside the business and spilled outside.

Cade told Infinger it was a good time to leave.

"I turned around to hug her and no sooner could I get my arms back from around her to let my husband know we were ready to go," she recalled. "That's when she was saying oh my gosh, oh my gosh. I've never experienced anything like this in my entire life. I'll just never forget." 

Investigators had also arrested 45-year-old Darrell Bennett and 41-year-old April Cartin and charged both with obstruction of justice.

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