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Five teens charged after shots fired call in Darlington Friday afternoon

Dandriguez Allen (Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center) Dandriguez Allen (Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center)
Monterrio Tedder (Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center) Monterrio Tedder (Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center)
Trevion Tedder (Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center) Trevion Tedder (Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center)

DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) – Darlington officers responded to Lee Street and S. Dargan Street around 4:30 p.m. Friday in reference to a shots fired call, according to Kimberly Nelson with the Darlington Police Department.

There were no injuries.

Several suspects ran from the scene, but were located within 45 minutes after the call.

Five suspects from the Hartsville and Darlington areas were arrested. Dandriguez Allen, 18, has been charged with attempted murder, according to the W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center's website.

Monterrio Tedder, 18, Trevion Tedder, 19, and two minors have been charged with accessory after the fact to a felony.

Darlington Police Department Captain Watson said, “Thank God no one was injured during this incident. A quick response from our patrol and investigative team as well as the help of the public in notifying us quickly greatly contributed to that.”

The incident is still under investigation by the Darlington Police Department. If you have any information on this incident, you're asked to call 843-398-4026.

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