Police: Bond denied for teenager charged in Ocean Blvd. shooting

Police: Bond denied for teenager charged in Ocean Blvd. shooting
Bryson Pack (left), Cody Alan Harding (right) (Source: MBPD)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Bond was denied for a North Carolina teenager charged in connection with Saturday’s shooting on Ocean Boulevard.

18-year-old Bryson Pack, of Rockingham, North Carolina, appeared before a judge Sunday and was denied bond, according to Myrtle Beach Police Cpl. Tom Vest.

Pack is charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and resisting arrest.

19-year-old Cody Alan Harding, of Hamlet, North Carolina, also appeared in court in connection to the shooting. He’s charged with possession of a stolen handgun and simple possession of marijuana.

The judge granted Harding a $15,000 bond.

Vest also said three juveniles from North Carolina were also arrested in connection to the shooting. All three are charged with loitering, along with other weapons charges.

Vest said a sixth person is also in custody, but is recovering from injuries sustained during the shooting. Their name and charges will be announced at a later time.

Police said the shooting happened at around 3:10 a.m. Saturday at the Happy Holiday Motel, where three people in total were shot. Authorities added two of the victims were treated and released from the hospital Saturday.

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