MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – The three people charged in a Myrtle Beach shooting appeared in court Monday and were granted bond.
Keith Burris, 22, Brandon Hernandez Knott, 20, and Belyn Rodriguez, 20, appeared in a Myrtle Beach courtroom Monday morning.
News13 had a crew at the hearing and the following bonds were given:
- Burris: $150,000
- Knott: $265,000
- Rodriguez: $15,000
Burris and Knott are both charged with attempted murder. Rodriquez faces an obstructing justice charge.
Knott is facing additional weapon charges and a drug charge. Rodriguez also faces another drug charge.
Burris turned himself in to police and is alleged to have been the driver of a vehicle involved in the incident, according to courtroom testimony. Knott previously served time for other gun charges and is a suspect in a separate shooting trial. Testimony also alleges Knott was the shooter and he was found in Rodriguez’s home after a search warrant was executed.
All three are scheduled to appear in court again on May 1 in Conway.
Police say the shooting happened around 8:30 a.m. Saturday in the area of 10th Avenue South and Oak Street.
One person was taken to the hospital with “injuries consistent with a gun shot wound,” according to Corporal Tom Vest, with Myrtle Beach police.
Two search warrants were executed later Saturday.
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