MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — A second suspect in a stabbing and shooting at Coastal Grand Mall Sept. 8 was given bond Monday.

Dewayne Lamont Cumbee was given a $105,000 surety bond. Cumbee, who appeared in a hospital gown, said he was in the hospital for the past two weeks.

Cumbee is charged with attempted murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and unlawful carrying of a pistol.

Bond was set at $100,000 for the attempted murder charge, $4,000 for the possession of a weapon during a violent crime charge, and $1,000 for the unlawful carrying of a weapon charge.

According to law enforcement, Cumbee was stabbed multiple times by another suspect, Dionte Roddey White. Detectives said after Cumbee was stabbed, White fled the area and Cumbee pulled out a gun, chased him through the food court and into the parking lot, and fired multiple rounds at White.

Detectives said the entire incident was caught on surveillance.

“I’m glad no innocent people were involved in any of this,” Judge J. Scott Long said. “I do find you a threat to society.”

Cumbee raised his hand to speak and his attorney told him not to.

Cumbee has a history of drug charges and a previous unlawful possession charge. His initial court appearance is set for Nov. 13 at 1 p.m. Count on News13 for updates.