Police: 8 more affiliated with Bloods Gang arrested in Fort Mill shooting

- The York County Sheriff's Office has arrested eight more people affiliated with the Bloods Gang in connection to a shooting incident that happened in Fort Mill earlier this month. 

The shooting occurred shortly after midnight on Wednesday, Sept. 19 in the area of Gold Hill Road and Drewsky Lane in Fort Mill, deputies said. 

Two people, Isaiah Kersey, 18, and Makayla Moyler, 18, were found on scene with gunshot wounds.

The following people have been charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime: 

  • Keanu Camacho, 20, of Charlotte, NC
  • Kwantavius Howze, 17, of Charlotte, NC
  • Willis Lane, 19, of Charlotte, NC
  • Andrae Smith, 18, of Charlotte, NC

The following people have been charged with possession of a stolen firearm and unlawful carry of pistol: 

  • Isaiah Kersey, 18, of Charlotte, NC (Shooting Victim)
  • Makayla Renee Moyler, 18, of Charlotte, NC (Shooting Victim)
  • Dorian Price, 21, of Charlotte, NC
  • Eddie Kue'ron  Davis, 22, of Charlotte, NC

Deputies said all eight suspects are being held at the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office. Two others, Khristain Sandi Kemokia, 18, and Justin Michael Hull, 17, both of Charlotte were charged with possession of a stolen firearm and unlawful carry of a pistol.

Both are being held in the York County Detention Center.

According to the sheriff's office, Kersey and Moyler were found on scene with gunshot wounds. Justin Hull, Eddie Davis and Khristian Kemokai drove away from the scene after being shot at by Camacho, Howez, Lane and Smith.

Deputies said Hull, Davis and Kemokai wrecked on I-77 near the state line and were apprehended by York County Sheriff’s deputies, K-9 Units, and CMPD.

Both Lane and Camacho waived extradition in Charlotte and will be transported to the York County Detention Center in South Carolina. This investigation remains ongoing. 

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