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Police arrest second suspect in Orangeburg shooting

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Police say their investigation indicates Damon Moody is no longer in the Midlands area. Police say their investigation indicates Damon Moody is no longer in the Midlands area.
ORANGEBURG, SC -

Monday afternoon authorities announced that the U.S. Marshals Task Force had arrested Damon Moody in Rock Hill, SC without incident.

Police make arrest in Orangeburg home invasion, shooting

According to police, Zyrale A Jeter and Damon Jamar Moody went to a Faglier Circle address with the intention of robbing the residents at approximately 1:15 a.m. Friday. Jeter and Moody knocked on the victim's door. When the male victim answered the door, the suspects forced their way into the home with weapons.

The male victim was shot in the leg and the female was shot in the back.

Jeter was denied bond on Friday.

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