Authorities issued an arrest warrant Wednesday for a Rock Hill man wanted in a fatal shooting.
Yesmine Jamel Clowney, 19, of 757 Carolina Ave. is to be charged with murder in the Tuesday night slaying of Adrian Street, said Lt. Jerry Waldrop of the Rock Hill Police Department.
"He is considered armed and dangerous," Waldrop said of Clowney. "Anyone seeing him should not approach."
The charge against Clowney stems from an incident that happened around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at 961 Sandborn St.
"There was an argument between this victim and the suspect," Waldrop said. "Several other people were involved in an argument up the street."
Officials aren't sure how the disagreement moved to the corner of Sandborn and Furr streets, Waldrop said. Several people witnessed the shooting, Waldrop said.
"When they confronted each other at the corner, that's when a gun was produced, and shots were fired," Waldrop said. "He (Street) was shot in the chest."
Authorities found Street lying in the front yard of 961 Sandborn St., according to an incident report from the police department.
Police don't have a motive for the shooting, Waldrop said.
Clowney's criminal history includes misdemeanor charges of receiving stolen goods and unlawfully carrying a weapon, according to the State Law Enforcement Division.
Anyone with information leading to the location of Clowney is asked to call the Rock Hill Police Department at 329-7200 or CrimeStoppers of York County at 1-877-409-4321.