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Third arrest made in connection to fatal Fountainbleau Inn shooting in Myrtle Beach

Rashad Jazz Murphy (Source: MBPD) Rashad Jazz Murphy (Source: MBPD)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a man at the Fountainbleau Inn in Myrtle Beach early Friday morning.

According to information from the Myrtle Beach Police Department, Rashad Jazz Murphy, 23, was incarcerated at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday on a charge of murder.

MBPD Lt. Joey Crosby confirmed that Murphy was arrested in connection with the motel shooting. He added the suspect is expected to make his initial court appearance Thursday morning.

Earlier, police arrested Lourie Earl Maurice Pearson, 24, on a charge of murder.

Additionally, Tysheria Salters, 19, was charged for accessory after the fact to a felony in connection with the case.

Police responded to the scene at about 2:12 a.m., on May 27, located the victim and attempted to perform CPR, Crosby previously said. The victim eventually succumbed to his injuries.

Horry County Deputy Coroner Darris Fowler previously identified the victim as Pierre Allen, 23, of Andrews.

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