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10 arrested, charged after shooting incident outside York Co. apartment complex

YORK COUNTY, S.C. — The York County Sheriff's Office, with assistance from Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, have arrested and charged eight more suspects in connection to a shooting incident outside an apartment complex in Fort Mill.

The shooting happened around midnight Wednesday when an officer heard gunshots near Gold Hill Road on Drewsky Lane.

Officials said when the officer arrived on scene, the officer found a car as well as a man and a woman suffering from apparent gun shot wounds.

A witness was able to give police a description of the car the shooters were in at the time.

Police were able to spot the suspect vehicle, which crashed on I-77 northbound near the state line.

Officers said the suspects ran from the crashed vehicle, prompting a massive search on both sides of the state line.

Police said they were able to find and arrest all three suspects, two in South Carolina and one on the North Carolina side.

York County officials said they arrested and charged eight additional suspects on Sept. 21.

Keanu Camacho, 20, Kwantavius Howze, 17, Willis Lane, 19, and Andrae Smith, 18, were each charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Isaiah Kersey, 18, Makayla Moyler, 18, Dorian Price, 21, and Eddie Kue'ron Davis, 22, were each charged with possession of a stolen firearm and unlawful carry of a pistol.

The eight additional suspects are being held in the Mecklenburg County Detention Center.

Kristain Kemokia, 18, and Justin Hull, 17, were also charged with possession of a stolen firearm and unlawful carry of a pistol. They are being held in the York County Detention Center.

The York County Sheriff's Office said when deputies arrived on scene, they found Kersey and Moyler each suffering gunshot wounds.

Investigators said Hull, Davis, and Kemokai drove away from the scene after being shot at by Camacho, Howez, Lane, and Smith.

Hull, Davis, and Kemokai wrecked on I-77 near the North and South Carolina state line. The three were later apprehended by York County Sheriff's Office deputies, K-9 units, and CMPD.

All 10 people involved in the shooting incident were affiliated with the Bloods Gang.

This is an ongoing investigation. Check back with wsoctv.com for more information. 

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