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Summerville Police take three apartment shooting suspects into custody

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Police have identified three suspects from the shooting:  Ricky DeMarcus Williams, Delani Simmons and Bradford Spells. Police have identified three suspects from the shooting: Ricky DeMarcus Williams, Delani Simmons and Bradford Spells.
According to police they were dispatched to building G of the apartment complex Wednesday at 6 p.m. to investigate reports of a shooting. According to police they were dispatched to building G of the apartment complex Wednesday at 6 p.m. to investigate reports of a shooting.
SUMMERVILLE, SC -

The three suspects in Wednesday's shooting at an apartment complex have turned themselves into authorities.

According to police Simmons and Williams turned themselves in Thursday night and Spells turned himself in Friday morning

Summerville Police are investigating an incident where they say several suspects shot into Planters Retreat Apartments.

According to police they were dispatched to building G of the apartment complex Wednesday at 6 p.m. to investigate reports of a shooting.

Police have identified three suspects from the shooting:  Ricky DeMarcus Williams, Delani Simmons and Bradford Spells.  They are charged with Attempted Murder, Possession of a Firearm during a Violent Crime and Discharging a Firearm into a Dwelling.

If you have any information about this crime contact the Summerville Police Department at 851-4100 or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.

 

 

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