HARTSVILLE, SC (WBTW) – A 3rd person has been charged in a deadly shooting at a Hartsville nightclub.
Antonio Verell Mills, Jr. has been charged in the case, according to Lt. Mark Blair, with Hartsville police.
Warrants for Mills allege that he conspired with another suspect “to commit the unlawful offense of assault and battery against the victim.”
Mills was booked into the W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center on Friday on a charge of criminal conspiracy. He remains in the center without bond as of 3:30 p.m Friday.
Bond was denied for Darius Dickey, 20, and Davijon Khalil McCall on Thursday.
News13 filed a Freedom of Information Act request and was able to obtain an incident report from the Hartsville Police Department that detailed how and why officials at Coker University issued an alert to students on campus about an “active shooter” situation. Read more here.
Late Thursday, News13 obtained a statement sent from Coker University Board Chair Angie Stanland to faculty. Read that statement here.
News13 also obtained warrants for the suspects and an incident report from Hartsville police. For more on what those said, click here.
The shooting happened at Mac’s Lounge on Camden Avenue early Sunday morning, the Darlington County Coroner told News13. Police were dispatched after they got a call around 2 a.m.
On Sunday afternoon, the coroner’s office identified the two people killed during the shooting.
Dicaprio Collins, 21, and Bryan Robinson, 29, were both pronounced dead at Mac’s Lounge shortly after midnight Sunday, according to Darlington County Coroner Todd Hardee.
Count on News13 for updates.
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