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New details in Mt. Pleasant murder released

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Isaac WIlliams (left) and Jquan Scott (right) have been arrested in connection with William Apps murde Isaac WIlliams (left) and Jquan Scott (right) have been arrested in connection with William Apps murde
MT. PLEASANT, SC -

New information was released Tuesday night in the murder investigation of William Alexander Apps.

According to court documents, after meeting at a Hardees in Downtown Charleston, Apps and Jaquan Scott and Isaac Williams drove back in Apps' truck to a home on Mathis Ferry Road.

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Affidavits state that Apps was held against his will with unidentified people while Scott left the home.

Read the affidavits here.

When Scott returned, affidavits said he forced Apps in the truck, and then they drove around, possibly to downtown Charleston.

Apps was shot in the neck on the way back over the bridge and body was dumped on McGrath Darby Boulevard.

Scott and Williams have both been charged with murder and kidnapping. Scott faces additional charges of armed robbery and weapons charges.

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