Two more suspects identified in Ned Marshall murder

Rock Hill police have identified two more suspects wanted in connection with the armed robbery and homicide at the BP Station on Oct. 10. James Edward “Ned” Marshall III was killed as he opened the station early that morning.

Authorities are seeking information that will lead to the arrest of Ben Robert Stewart, 20, of 601 W. Washington St., Hartsville, S.C. and Terrell Antonio Addison, 18, of 1598 Cameo St., Hartsville.

Stewart faces charges of Accessory Before the Fact (Armed Robbery). Addison is wanted for Criminal Conspiracy, according to a police statement issued Monday afternoon.

On October 20, two brothers from Hartsville, Dontavius Ricerdo Mack, 19, and Davorius Mack, 17, were transported to the Rock Hill jail from the Darlington Detention Center, where they were being held on unrelated charges. Dontavius Mack has been identified by police as the shooter. The two are being held in the Rock Hill jail, charged with Criminal Conspiracy. More charges are pending.

On Friday night, police arrested Reed Allen, 24, also of Hartsville, for his alleged participation in the crime. Allen is currently in the Rock Hill jail, charged with criminal conspiracy. Police did not elaborate on his suspected role.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Ben Robert Stewart or Terrell Antonio Addison is urged to call the Rock Hill Police Department at 329-7293 or Crimestoppers toll-free at 1-877-409-4321. A monetary award through Crimestoppers may be available for information leading directly to an arrest of either suspect.

For more, see Tuesday's Herald.