YORK -- The York County Sheriff's Office has issued arrest warrants for two Charlotte brothers in the Oct. 8 shooting death of a payday lending clerk in Fort Mill Township.
Tyree Marquise Belk, 19, and Curtis Luke Belk, 21, face murder charges in the slaying of 47-year-old Joseph Fatigato of Pineville, N.C., at Anyday Payday Loans, said Capt. Jerry Hoffman of York County Sheriff's Office.
The warrants were issued Thursday, Hoffman said. He declined to say what role police believe Tyree and Curtis Belk played in the shooting. Both men were arrested last week in Charlotte with their brother, Jamar Lavert Belk, Hoffman said.
Last Saturday, the York County Sheriff's Office issued murder warrants against Jamar Lavert Belk, 19, Joshua Matthew Squires, 20, and Darryl Agustus Manning, 23, in the same robbery and shooting.
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The Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office's Web site reports Tyree Belk's Charlotte charges include carrying a concealed weapon and robbery with a dangerous weapon. The site indicates Belk is being held as a fugitive. No bond was issued.
The same site indicates Charlotte authorities charged Curtis Belk with a probation violation. No bond was issued.
Surveillance video shows three masked men in dark clothes running into the Anyday Payday Loans at U.S. 21 and S.C. 51 around 6:30 p.m. Oct. 8. One of the men jumped over the counter, and a second man went behind the counter. A third man stayed out front near a customer, who was told to turn and face the wall. The customer, who was not hurt, told police one of the men scuffled with Fatigato. Fatigato was shot during the struggle. He later died at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.
The group fled in a stolen silver-colored Plymouth Voyager that was recovered a short time later, police said.
Nine days later, police arrested Jamar Belk, Squires and Manning on murder, armed robbery and conspiracy charges.
Squires was brought to York County on Tuesday and charged with kidnapping and a weapon violation, Hoffman said. Manning and the Belk brothers remained in custody Friday in Charlotte.