Greenwood County deputies arrested a third suspect following last week's shootout at the Georgetown Apartments in Greenwood.
Trayon Wilson, 18, of 104 Singletree Road, Greenwood, was charged with breach of peace aggravated in nature in connection with the incident.
Witnesses told investigators as many as 10 rounds were fired during the shooting at the apartment complex on Northside Drive the afternoon of April 3. Officers found two 9 mm shell casings at the scene. No one appeared to have been hit or injured during the incident. According to a Greenwood County report:
Witnesses told officers they saw a white, older-model car pull up behind building C of the apartment complex, and saw five members exit the vehicle and surround the building. A short time later, shots rang out, and two men darted from the back door of the victim's apartment and fled across Northside Drive into a row of bushes.
Keyon Wilson, 18, of 104 Singletree Road, Greenwood, was arrested April 3 in reference to the shooting.
The incident stemmed from a Glock 9 mm pistol stolen from Keyon Wilson's car one night while it was parked at Dream's Night Club, 2408 S.C. Highway 72. The gun belonged to another suspect, Khalil D. Gilliam, 210 Possum Hollow Road, Greenwood, arrested Thursday.
Officials said Trayon Wilson turned himself in Monday. He was implicated in the shooting as a member of the group of men that emerged from in the white vehicle seen at the scene.