LORIS, SC (WMBF) – One suspect remains at large in connection to a Loris shooting that sent one man to the hospital earlier this month.
Loris Police Chief Joseph Vaught says the only suspect that has not turned himself in is Dustin Stackhouse.
Vaught adds that Loris Police is working with Tabor City Police with regards to the Loris shooting and how it may be connected to the Tabor City shooting.
Chief Vaught says David Hemingway and Xavier Hemingway turned themselves in to police and have been booked on six charges each of attempted murder, and one count each of burglary, malicious injury to personal property, discharging firearms into a dwelling, and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
Christopher Green, another suspect in the shooting, is incarcerated in Columbus County jail awaiting extradition to Horry County. Green turned himself in on Friday.
The shooting occurred in the early morning near Market Street on August 9, and Loris Police issued several warrants for the arrests of suspects in the crime.
Loris Police Chief Joseph Vaught tells WMBF News that multiple gunshots were fired into a residence around 4:30 a.m. in the vicinity of Market Street sending one man to the hospital.
That victim was shot in the arm, but his identity and condition were not released.
On Aug. 15, 30-year-old Amanda Jo Hardee of Tabor City was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center on six counts of attempted murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and discharging firearms into a dwelling.
In addition to the warrants issued for Hardee's arrest, Chief Vaught adds that warrants were sought for the arrest of Dustin Stackhouse, Xavier "Ray Ray" Hemingway and David "Frog" Hemingway in connection to the shooting in Loris.
There is also a fifth warrant, but Loris Police did not wish to release the fifth suspect's name at this time.
Chief Vaught explains that Tabor City Police are working to determine if this shooting incident is connected to a shooting that occurred in Tabor City, which WECT News in Wilmington is reporting occurred around the same time.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Loris Police Department.