NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - North Charleston Police say a fourth man has been arrested in connection with a shooting that left one man dead and two others wounded.
Marvin Bryan, 28, turned himself in to authorities at approximately 10 a.m. Sunday, according to an incident report, according to North Charleston Police spokesman Spencer Pryor.
Bryan was wanted on one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder, according to an incident report.
Officers responded to a report of shots being fired from a moving vehicle in the area of Montague and I-26 on Nov. 22.
Responding officers discovered two vehicles wrecked in the inner part of the circle. The first vehicle, an unoccupied silver Ford Edge, had crashed into small wooden barriers and a tree, while the second, a red Dodge Charger wrecked along the sidewalk contained one passenger who had died from gunshot wounds, according to the incident report.
Police say that passenger, later identified as Franklin Williams, Jr., was found with a jar of suspected marijuana in his lap.
A rear seat passenger was found in the middle of the road with a substantial gunshot wound to his leg, the report states. The driver of the Charger was not on the scene, but police say he arrived about an hour later at MUSC with a grazing gunshot wound to the arm and admitted to detectives he had been driving the Charger.
Police say they found what appeared to be spent .45 caliber casings in the front passenger seat of the Charger when Williams' body was removed. The Edge had three cell phones, several spent casings and an SKS magazine on the rear passenger floorboard, the report states.
The day after the shooting, police arrested Keith Lamont Evans, 21, of Charleston, and charged him with one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder, Pryor said.
A second man, Quran Allen, was charged on Nov. 22 with obstruction of justice in the investigation. Allen's bond was set at $30,000, according to court records.
Police arrested Daqjan Henry Gilliard, 20, on Dec. 21 on one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder, Pryor said.