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Latest on Dorchester County murder investigation

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Thomas Scott McFadden Jr. Thomas Scott McFadden Jr.
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An arrest has been made in a fatal shooting that happened on Friday the 13th in Dorchester County.  So far Deputies have arrested Thomas Scott McFadden Jr.

Officials say he is involved in a shooting as well as the murder of Rashaad Banks. Investigators say the incident happened during the early morning hours of September 13th.

Deputies say they responded to Coosaw Creek Plaza off of Dorchester Road, after reports of shots being fired. Deputies say one person was shot in the shoulder and taken to the hospital another Rashaad Banks was discovered dead over an hour after deputies had wrapped up the scene.

There are several businesses inside and around the Coosaw Creek Plaza. The police incident report regarding the case mentioned the Rehab Bar and Grill.

However, after an investigation it has been determined the business had nothing to do with the incident—other than that the alleged victim was at the bar earlier that night, said local attorney David Aylor.

 "There were no conflicts or sort of disputes that occurred inside the bar related to any patrons they had—there was nothing on video other than that the deceased was in the club earlier that evening."

Investigators say the victim may have visited several bars along Dorchester Rd. that night- He was at Rehab where he left without incident. He was found several hours later, deputies say they got the call saying there is a body in the ditch along Dorchester Road. Officials arrived and found the victim, Rashaad Banks.

Although even after McFadden's Arrest it may not be over, investigators say this is still an active murder investigation and more arrests are pending.

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