Three Rock Hill teens have been arrested and a fourth is sought in connection to the Oct. 16 late-night shooting and robbery at a haunted trail southeast of Rock Hill, according to the York County Sheriff's Office.
Brandon Alexander Davis, 16, of 1255 Shenandoah Circle and Timas Albres Nelson, 17, of 618 Edinburgh Drive were charged with attempted murder, conspiracy, armed robbery and weapons violations, said sheriff's Lt. Mike Baker. Davis, although age 16, was charged as an adult in the crimes, Baker said.
Kwamane Ladre King, 17, of 220 Ridley St., faces an accessory charge. King, who was charged with drug and weapons charges in August according to an arrest record from the State Law Enforcement Division, was arrested first over the weekend. Davis was arrested Sunday and Nelson on Monday, court records show.
Ladarrian Jaquele "Sleep" Fewell, 17, the suspect still sought by police who last lived on Saluda Road, was arrested on a weapons charge in August, records show. Upon arrest, Fewell will be charged with attempted murder, conspiracy, armed robbery and weapons violations, Baker said.
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During the incident at the "Trail of Terror" about $1,500 was stolen and James "Doug" Rockholt, 56, was shot in the shoulder. Another employee at the trail off S.C. 901 told police he was fired at before chasing the intruder. More than 20 people who were in line at the time scattered after the fracas.
Baker declined to comment on who police believe is the alleged triggerman who shot Rockholt, or whether any weapons had been recovered. It is not believed that any of the suspects were injured when another employee at the trail shot at the gunman after the robbery.
The trail reopened days after the shooting.
Davis, Nelson and King all remained at the York County jail late Monday.
Anyone with information on Fewell is asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-877-409-4321 or the sheriff's office at 803-628-3059.