A York County charged in the murder of JamesEdward “Ned” Marshall was denied bond today.
Terrell Antonio Addison will remain in custody at Moss Justice DetentionCenter. He is charged with murder, among other charges, in the Oct. 10th slaying of Marshall, a BP convenience store employee, who was killed as he worked in the store that morning.
“He (Addison) is alleged to be one of the two who went in the store,” said Willy Thompson,deputy 16th Circuit Solicitor. “He was in the store when he (Marshall) was killed.”
Ten days after Marshall’s murder, officials arrested Dontavius Ricerdo Mack,then 19, and Davorius Mack, 17. The Hartsville brothers were transported tothe Rock Hill jail from Darlington Detention Center, where they were beingheld on unrelated charges.
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Authorities say Dontavius Mack was the shooter.
Later in October, officials arrested Reed Allen and charged him in the crime.The Hartsville man was charged with criminal conspiracy.
In court today, Thompson said Addison was the reason the Hartsville men werein Rock Hill.
For more details, read Thursday’s Herald.