4th suspect charged in Rock Hill shooting, shoe robbery

Bobby Rashawn McCrorey
Bobby Rashawn McCrorey

A fourth suspect has been charged in a March 15 shooting involving two vehicles in which the victim said he was robbed of his shoes, Rock Hill police said.

Bobby Rashawn McCrorey, 21, has been charged with attempted murder, criminal conspiracy, armed robbery and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, according to Rock Hill police reports.

McCrorey was served with warrants Thursday at the Chester County Detention Center, where he was being held, a report said.

In the March 15 incident, officers were called to a report of shots fired on the 800 block of East Black Street. A witness said he saw someone in a gold car shooting at another car in front of it as the vehicles traveled south on East Black Street and turned right onto Marshall Street and then Flint Street Extension.

The victim called dispatch as he was driving and said he was being shot at by the suspects in a gold 2003 Toyota Camry, police said. He told the dispatcher he had been “jumped and robbed of his shoes” by the suspects in the Camry, a report said.

The victim continued driving onto Interstate 77 south and gave authorities his location, police said. S.C. Highway Patrol troopers stopped a vehicle driven by the suspects near mile marker 67, police said.

Police say they found a spent .32-caliber shell casing on the 200 block of Marshall Street.

Previously charged in the incident were Minisha Jasmine Moore, 19; Latanna Whitlock, 26; and Deymon Dartelle Elijua Price, 24, all of Rock Hill, according to reports.

Jennifer Becknell: 803-329-4077