Charge upgraded to murder for suspect in deadly Hartsville club shooting

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Davijon Khalil McCall (left) and Darius Grand Dickey (right). Photos courtesy: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center.

HARTSVILLE, SC (WBTW) – An attempted murder charge for one of the suspects in a deadly shooting at a Hartsville nightclub will be upgraded to murder.

According to Lt. Mark Blair, with the Hartsville Police Department, one of the attempted murder warrants for Darius Dickey, 20, will be upgraded to murder as a result of the passing of Coker University student Garrett Bakhsh.

Warrants obtained by News13 allege that Dickey “did brandish a firearm at Mac’s Lounge” during “an altercation on the dance floor area.”

Warrants also allege that Dickey “fired numerous rounds into a crowded bar at a subject, to which he shot several other patrons inside the bar.”

Warrants for Davijon Khalil McCall allege that McCall “did with malice aforethought discharge a firearm at the victim.” Witnesses identified McCall and observed him discharge a firearm, striking the victim in the head area, warrants also said.

Davijon Khalil McCall (left) and Darius Grand Dickey (right). Photos courtesy: W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center.

McCall was arrested later at a Durham, North Carolina, apartment.

According to an incident report from Hartsville police, officers responded to Mac’s Lounge around 2 a.m. on January 26 for a report of gunfire and people injured.

“It was very chaotic; people were running in all directions and some were still hunkered down using vehicles as cover,” the report states.

The report added the responding officer initially saw three victims: one victim was found in the patio area, another victim was found next to a pool table, and another victim was found just inside a doorway.

“There were at least two more wounded just inside the door to the left,” the report also says. A responding officer was also told by witnesses “there was at least one more down over near the car wash, which is directly north of the bar.” The responding officer said in the report they weren’t able to find any victims by the car wash, but began receiving reports of people showing up at a nearby hospital after being brought by private vehicles.

Two people killed in the shooting early Sunday morning at Mac’s Lounge on Camden Avenue have been identified as Dicaprio Collins, 21, and Bryan Robinson, 29. On Tuesday night, the coroner reported Garrett Bakhsh, 18, a student at Coker University from Maryland, also died.

This is a developing story. Count on News13 for updates as we work to learn more.


HARTSVILLE, SC (WBTW) – The second suspect in a deadly shooting at a Harstville nightclub has been identified.

Lauren Baker, spokesperson for the City of Hartsville, identified the second suspect as Davijon Khalil McCall.

According to W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center booking records, McCall was booked around 11:24 p.m. Wednesday on a murder charge. No bond has been set and he remains in the center as of 7:30 a.m. Thursday.

Darius Dickey, 20, is also charged in the shooting, according to the Darlington County Magistrate’s Office. He has been charged with four counts of attempted murder and various weapons charges.

Dickey was denied bond during his court appearance on Monday. His next court date will be on May 6 at 9 a.m. at the Darlington County courthouse. The judge said Dickey was out on bond from previous charges.

The Hartsville Police Department released a statement Wednesday after the deadly shooting. Read that statement here.

Students at Coker University are mourning the loss of Bakhsh.

Garrett Bakhsh (courtesy: Coker University Athletics)

“Garrett is somebody the whole school loved,” freshman Williams Onyeodi said. “And he is one of my best friends.”

Read more about what other Coker University students had to say as they remembered Bakhsh here.

GoFundMe has been set up to help the family out. So far, it’s surpassed $55,000 in donations.

A GoFundMe has also been set up for Robinson’s family and has raised nearly $1,000.

Count on News13 for updates in this developing story.

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