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Deputies: 2 arrested in deadly March shooting; victim identified

The shooting happened on the evening of March 22, deputies say. (Source: Live 5) The shooting happened on the evening of March 22, deputies say. (Source: Live 5)
Abnew Rodriguez-Irizarry (Source: Al Cannon Detention Center) Abnew Rodriguez-Irizarry (Source: Al Cannon Detention Center)
Eddie Xavier Quinones-Feliciano (Source: Al Cannon Detention Center) Eddie Xavier Quinones-Feliciano (Source: Al Cannon Detention Center)
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

Two people wanted in a deadly North Charleston double shooting have surrendered to authorities, deputies say.

Eddie Xavier Quinones-Feliciano, 25, and Abner Rodriguez-Irizarry, 33, are both charged with one count of murder, one county of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, according to jail records.

Paul Glover, 33, died on March 31 at Trident Medical Center, according to Charleston County Deputy Coroner Sheila Williams.

Glover was one of two people shot on the evening of March 22. Deputies responded to a reported double shooting at approximately 8:30 p.m. on Townsend Road near Midland Park Road in Charleston County.

Glover and a woman were both shot in the head.

The two victims appeared to be riding bicycles on Townsend Road at the time they were shot and the man was lying on the ground still straddling the bike he had been riding, the incident report states. The woman was lying on the ground and her bicycle was in a nearby driveway, the report states.

A witness told deputies the female victim said the person that shot them was in a small silver or gold-colored car and that the car drove towards Midland Park after the shooting. Deputies were not able to get any information from either victim at the scene, the report states.

But investigators say the female victim was later able to tell them that she had been involved in an altercation with the two suspects earlier that evening.

Both Quinones-Feliciano and Rodriguez-Irizarry will face a bond court judge Thursday morning, according to Charleston County Sheriff's Maj. Eric Watson.

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