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SLED: Thanksgiving weekend shootings could be related

COLLETON COUNTY, SC (WTOC) - The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the Colleton County Sheriff's Office arrested two men accused of two shootings on Thanksgiving weekend. The first shooting happened in the parking lot of Club Camelot on Friday, November 26 and the second shooting happened at Black Street home on Saturday, November 27. They believe the shootings are related.

David Marshall Pinckney, age 29, turned himself in to sheriff's deputies with his attorney present just before 11 a.m. Wednesday. Pinckney is being charged with three counts of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime in connection with the Club Camelot shooting. Authorities say Pickney's accomplice, 29-year-old Anthony Perez Frasier, is still at large. Fraiser is also known as "Banks".

David Pinckney's brother, 31-year-old Dkwon Pinckney, is also in jail. He is chared with murder, first degree burglary and possession of a weapon during a voilent crime in connection with the death of 60-year-old Annie Ruth in Black Street home. Dkown Pinckney was arrested by SLED agents at his girlfriend's house in Summerville.

SLED Agents and Colleton County sheriff's deputies are still searching for Frasier. They also believe there was an addtional suspect involved in the shooting inside the Club Camelot.

If you have any information, call South Carolina CrimeStoppers 1.888.CRIMESC (274-6372).

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