NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A North Charleston man that turned himself in to police Friday for his alleged involvement in a deadly 2015 Mother's Day shooting, was seen in bond court Saturday morning.
Latrel Hamilton, 21, faces four counts of attempted murder for the shooting incident that killed Kedena Brown, 36.
Hamilton was granted a $100,000 surety bond Saturday, according to court documents.
North Charleston Police say Brown was struck by gunfire while driving her silver Chrysler 300 in the area of Ashley Phosphate and Northwoods Boulevard in the early morning hours of May 10, 2015.
Hamilton is the sixth person to be charged in this shooting incident.
In August, Kenneth Lamont Robinson Jr., 17, of North Charleston, was formally charged as an adult with four counts of attempted murder, one count of murder, and a count of possessing a firearm during the violent crime.
Other arrests in the case include Derrontae Holmes, 20, Charmani Keperiche Shark-McDonald, 21, Richard Simmons Jr., 21, and Nigeia Tamika Brown, 36.
Holmes, who turned himself in, was charged with murder, four counts of attempted murder, and one count of possession of a firearm during a violent crime. Shark-McDonald was charged with obstruction of justice. Simmons is charged with four counts of attempted murder, and one count of possession of a firearm during a violent crime. Brown is charged with Obstruction of Justice.
A police report states officers responded to the area of I-26 near mile marker 210 in reference to vehicles shooting at one another. Officers say upon arrival a felony car stop was underway by other officers.
Twenty minutes after the initial call, officers responded to the call of a person shot at the Exxon Station parking lot at 2330 Ashley Phosphate Road, according to the report. Upon arrival, officers found the silver Chrysler 300 teetering on the edge of a short brick wall that lead to the Denny's parking lot.
Officers state Brown was found in the driver's seat suffering from a bullet wound to the neck. She was taken to MUSC, where she died from her injuries the next day.