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Myrtle Beach woman charged with attempted murder

Delicia Shavon Holmes (Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center) Delicia Shavon Holmes (Source: J. Reuben Long Detention Center)
Delicia Shavon Holmes (Source: MBPD P2C) Delicia Shavon Holmes (Source: MBPD P2C)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A Myrtle Beach woman was arrested on Wednesday in connection to the shooting that occurred Monday around 10:30 p.m. on Spivey Avenue in Myrtle Beach, according to a police report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department.

Delicia Shavon Holmes, age 21, is charged with attempted murder, according to the J. Reuben Long Detention Center website.

Officers with the MBPD responded to a call near the area of Carver Apartments where they were told shots had been fired and to be on the lookout for a female.

Two females at the scene stated they had belongings stolen earlier in the day and that they confronted the individual who stole them at a nearby gas station. The females said they were asked to follow the individual and that before arriving to Carver Apartments the individual got out of their vehicle and began shooting at them. The females stated that it was just the two of them in their vehicle during the entire encounter, the report states.

After detectives interviewed the females and the Crime Scene Unit performed a gun residue test on one of them, detectives were able to discover that the females had lied and that they were with another female, the report states.

The two females were placed under arrest for being an accomplice to attempted murder and transported to the MBPD jail.

Officers were then dispatched to the MBPD to meet with the two victims in this case and gather written statements from them. The victims were given victim’s advocate paperwork and one of the victim’s filled out a consent form so their weapon could be analyzed by the Crime Scene Unit.

Holmes is currently being held at J. Reuben Long Detention Center.

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