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Four additional arrests in SC State University shooting

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S.C. State University student, Brandon Robinson, was shot and killed on campus January 24. S.C. State University student, Brandon Robinson, was shot and killed on campus January 24.
CHARLESTON, SC - Authorities have arrested four additional suspects in the shooting death of South Carolina State University student Brandon Robinson.

Darius Anthony Frazier, Raymone Sinclair Reed, Kevin Winningham and Shannon Deandre Davis have been charged with Accessory After the Fact of Murder in connection with Robinson's death.  The four allegedly fled the in Justin Singleton's vehicle driving away from the scene then abandoning the vehicle at another location.

Related: SC State students still coming to grips with on-campus shooting at their school

According to police at approximately 1:30 p.m. Friday January 24, campus police were called to the scene of The Andrew Hugine Suites Living and Learning community on campus. 

When officers arrived they found a S.C. State University student, Brandon Robinson, had been shot. Eyewitnesses on the scene of the incident identified at least four suspects in the shooting and police immediately began to pursue the individuals who, at that time, had left campus.

Saturday January 25 police arrested 19-year-old Justin Singleton for the murder of Brandon Robinson.
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