ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office has arrested a 19-year-old man accused of firing into a Bojangles restaurant.
NyQuan Singletary of Orangeburg was taken into custody in York County near Charlotte on Saturday.
He was wanted on two attempted murder warrants.
Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said Singletary was booked into the York County Detention Center after he was apprehended by the US Marshals Task Force, York County Sheriff's office, and Rock Hill Police Department.
"The Orangeburg man was taken into custody at an apartment complex without incident," OCSO officials said.
Bond was denied during a hearing in Orangeburg on Monday.
The charges stem from the 3 a.m. April 24 shooting into Bojangles on Chestnut Street where several patrons were inside, according to OCSO officials.
A report states security camera footage showed a subject get out of a silver Honda Accord parked at the gas pumps.
"That subject then fires multiple rounds into the store," OCSO officials said.
Witnesses said they heard multiple shots fired and strike the window in the front of the business.
Singletary faces up to 30 years on each count of attempted murder if convicted.