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HCPD:4 suspects connected to deadly Longs shooting in custody

Lindsey Walton, 22. (Source: Horry County Police Department). Lindsey Walton, 22. (Source: Horry County Police Department).
Bradley Gore Jr., 19. (Source: HCPD). Bradley Gore Jr., 19. (Source: HCPD).
Tommy Bell, 19, of Conway (Source: HCPD). Tommy Bell, 19, of Conway (Source: HCPD).
Gettie Bellamy, 24,  (Source: HCPD). Gettie Bellamy, 24, (Source: HCPD).
Four suspects have been taken into custody in connection to a deadly shooting in Longs Saturday. (Source: HCPD) Four suspects have been taken into custody in connection to a deadly shooting in Longs Saturday. (Source: HCPD)
LONGS, SC (WMBF) - Four suspects have been taken into custody in connection to a deadly shooting in Longs Saturday. 

Horry County deputy coroner Tony Hendrick confirms 18-year-old Quentin Reeves died from a gunshot wound suffered during an early morning shooting at the Party Shop.

According to Horry County Police Department, Lindsey Walton, 22, and Bradley Gore Jr., 19, both of Little River, were charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. 

Gettie Bellamy, 24, of Longs, and Tommy Bell, 19, of Conway, were taken into custody Monday, according to the Horry County Police Department.

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