'It was very chaotic’: Police report describes deadly Hartsville nightclub shooting scene

Published: Jan. 30, 2020 at 11:16 PM EST
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HARSTVILLE, S.C. (WMBF) – An altercation on the dance floor led to a deadly weekend shooting at a Harstville nightclub, according to arrest warrants.

The shooting happened around 2 a.m. Sunday at Mac’s Lounge on Camden Ave.

Warrants state that one of the suspects charged in the shooting, 22-year-old Darius Dickey, pulled a gun following an altercation on the dance floor. Dickey allegedly fired multiple shots, hitting several patrons.

“It was very chaotic; people were running in all directions and some were still hunkered down using vehicles as cover,” a report from the Hartsville Police Department states.

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The warrants state a second suspect, 24-year-old Davijon Khalil McCall, pulled a gun and fatally shot one of the victims.

Left to Right: Darius Dickey, Davijon McCall
Left to Right: Darius Dickey, Davijon McCall((Source: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center))

Authorities arrested McCall at a home in Durham, North Carolina. He was booked into jail around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday in Darlington County and now faces several charges including two counts of murder, attempted murder and discharging firearms into a dwelling.

McCall and Dickey appeared for a judge Thursday afternoon for a hearing where both of them were denied bond on their charges.

A judge told McCall that one of the factors in his decision was the fact that McCall was found in a different state.

“Due to the fact you’re charged with murder, even though you don’t have much of a criminal record, I do consider you a flight risk. Due to the fact that where you were located, your bond is denied on all charges,” the judge said during the hearing.

During Dickey’s hearing, the judge upgraded one of his four attempted murder charges to murder.

City officials said murder warrants have been rescinded against a third person in custody whom officers originally believed to be the suspect. That person, however, is facing third-degree assault and battery charges in connection to the case, according to the press release. The suspect isn’t being named until warrants have been served.

Dicaprio Collins, 21, Bryan Robinson, 29, and Garret Bakhsh, 18, were killed in the shooting.

Bakhsh was a freshman at Coker University and a member of the men’s lacrosse team.

This has been a heartbreaking and difficult time for our campus community and Hartsville. Our hearts are with all of you...

Posted by Coker University on Thursday, January 30, 2020

“Our city is a close knit community, but more than that, it is family," Lauren Baker, spokesperson for the city of Hartsville, said in a statement. "We are all brokenhearted by this terrible tragedy. Our men and women in law enforcement have worked tirelessly to bring closure to all impacted by this situation. Our hearts go out to the families and friends of those affected by this tragedy.”

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