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Police make additional arrests in North Charleston fatal shooting

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17-year-old Tyrek Moody. 17-year-old Tyrek Moody.
21-year-old Samuel Bolger 21-year-old Samuel Bolger
Shooting in North Charleston on Accabee Rd. And Sorentrue Ave. Shooting in North Charleston on Accabee Rd. And Sorentrue Ave.
Shooting in North Charleston on Accabee Rd. And Sorentrue Ave. Shooting in North Charleston on Accabee Rd. And Sorentrue Ave.
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC - On Wednesday morning, North Charleston police announced that investigators arrested two more suspects in connection with the fatal shooting near Acabee Road Monday.

17-year-old Rayshoud Washington and Tyrek Moody are charged with Misprision of a Felon.  According to police both were in the vehicle that Bolger was driving at the scene of the crime. 

Washington and Moody are expected to appear in bond court Wednesday morning.

Around 12 noon Tuesday April 22 police arrested 21-year-old Samuel Bolger in connection with Monday's fatal shooting in North Charleston.

Monday North Charleston Police Department responded to the 2300 block of Sorentrue Avenue near Accabee Road just before 6 p.m. for shots fired.  Police say they found two teenagers with gun shot wounds. Both were transported to the hospital, where a 15-year-old later died.

Witnesses told police four teenagers were on bicycles on that corner when a gold SUV stopped near South Allen and Sorentrue.  They told police a man wearing black pants, a white t-shirt a red ball cap stepped out of the car and began shooting at the victims, hitting the two teenagers. Police say the suspect fled towards Dorchester Road on foot.  

There is no word yet on the condition of the second victim.  

The shooting is still under investigation. Anyone with information should contact North Charleston Police at 740-5839.
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