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Suspects in shooting that killed 8-year-old to appear in court

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC (WTOC) -

Three men connected to a shooting that left an 8-year-old dead will appear in court Monday in the Lowcountry. 

Tyrone Robinson will be in court Monday along with Aaron Scott Young Junior and his father, Aaron Scott Young Senior. 

Beaufort County deputies say the three were involved in a shoot-out on Hilton Head Island which resulted in death of 8-year-old Khalil Singleton, who got caught in the cross fire. 

Beaufort County is also charging Aaron Young Junior and his father, Aaron Young Senior, with conspiracy to murder Tyrone Robinson. 

Police believe the shooting is part of an ongoing drug related feud.

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