DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) - Two cousins wanted in connection with a murder were arrested in Darlington on Monday, several weeks after the first suspect was arrested.
Quentin Joshua Gibson, 23, and cousin Antonio McCoy Gregg, 24, were captured by the Darlington City Police Department, in connection with the murder of Gary Evans Walker.
On Tuesday, August 19, Darlington Police arrested 24-year-old Joey Latwan Gibson in connection with the shooting, Sgt. Nelson confirmed. Joey Gibson is Quentin Gibson's brother, authorities confirmed.
Gregg is charged with obstructing justice, according to Kimberly Nelson with the police department. Gregg's bond is set at $500 cash or $1,500 surety bond. If Gregg is guilty of obstructing justice, he could face up to 30 days in jail.
"When you know information and you don't provide that information to law enforcement...that's basically what [obstructing justice] is," said Nelson.
Gibson has been charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. His bond is set at $5,000 cash for the weapon or $15,000 surety bond.
The judge could not set Gibson's bond for murder. It has to be set by circuit court.
AS Gibson left Tuesday's bond hearing he repeated for our camera what he said in court.
"Mr. News people I'm innocent man. I was in the backyard when it happened and I'm being charged," Quentin Gibson said."
Mr. Walker's body was found on Kirven Street in the roadway on August 19.
The case is still under investigation by the Darlington City Police Department.
The police department is asking anyone with any information about the case to please contact them at 843-398-4026.