MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A man wanted in connection with a shooting Sunday morning at the Holiday Sands North in Myrtle Beach turned himself into Sumter County authorities Wednesday night.
Ken Bell, public information officer for the Sumter County Sheriff's Office, said Shaylan Charvoris Isaac, 21, was brought to their office around 7 p.m., Wednesday by a relative so he could surrender.
Isaac was wanted on Myrtle Beach warrants for attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
Bell said he was also served a Sumter County warrant for violating his probation.
He added that Isaac lived in Pinewood, a small community in Sumter County, and area authorities had been looking for him in reference to the Myrtle Beach shooting.
Earlier this week, James Anthony Dwyer, 18, was charged with attempted murder in connection to the shooting.
Police said the shooting happened at 400 North Ocean Boulevard. One man was taken to the hospital.
An investigation revealed that Isaac allegedly shot the victim and then fled the scene, according to police.