DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Bond was denied on Tuesday for a man accused in the shooting death of a woman at a Harleyville nightclub last week.
Alexander Green faces charges of murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in connection to the death of Keishae Ross.
Ross' family was present during the bond hearing, and her mother said seeing Green caused more hurt than anger.
"I can't say I was angry because the hurt overcame the anger with it," said Sheila Ross, Keishae's mother."Everybody's hurting right now, her family and friends."
Ross' family said Keishae was ambitious, getting ready to graduate from college, and was a well loved mother.
"She was just a good person and outgoing, just happy, she had a lot of friends," said Ross.
Officials with the Dorchester County Sheriff's Office say Green was arrested on Monday by the SLED fugitive unit.
Witnesses told investigators a fight or argument broke out inside Club Exclusive around 3 a.m. last Sunday.
Shots were fired, Keishae Ross tried to run, but she was struck in the back by a bullet and died at the scene; Ross' father said she was an innocent bystander who was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
"She just turned 27 last month and I got a call at 3 a.m. that morning and all I could hear in the background was screaming that 'Keishae got shot!'," said Sheila Ross.
"Too young, enjoyed life, loved people, it's heartbreaking," Ross' father Timothy Scott said.
"Just happened to be socializing with her brother and sister, not knowing that was gonna be the last time she'd spend any time with them at all," Scott said.
Keishae leaves behind her seven year old daughter and other grieving family members.
"It's very difficult, mom and dad raised her all her life and they're dealing with a lot, plus my sister was involved, so it's really difficult," Scott said.
Green has a short criminal history with a 2009 misdemeanor charge for assault with intent to kill.
He also has convictions for shoplifting, possession of drug paraphernalia and public disorderly conduct.
Green's next court appearance is scheduled for November 9.