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BCSO: At least 7 guns used in deadly Moncks Corner block party

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The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office has released new information on the deadly shooting at a block party in Moncks Corner.  

The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office tells News 2's Raymond Owens that at least seven guns were used during the shooting. 

Related: Block Party Shooting

Six people were shot, including Ariel Morgan who died from her injuries.  The shooting happened Saturday, June 7th at a home on Tish Lane in the Longridge Community of Berkeley County. 

Related: Social media gives insight to block party shooting

Wednesday the Sheriff's Office also released the name of the 6th victim,  Trae Diquan McCoy.

The Sheriff's office says the public has given them information about several individuals who may have been involved. However, at this point, they do not have anyone they are considering a suspect in this case.

They say they need additional information. If you know anything, call Crimestoppers at 843-554-1111 or visit
www.5541111.com.

Wednesday evening at 6pm, a fundraising BBQ is being held in memory of Morgan. That takes place at the Casey Community Center at 101 Old Moncks Corner Rd. in Goose Creek.  The money raised will help her family with funeral costs.
 

 

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