2 arrests made in MB shooting that led to police chase on George Bishop Pkwy

Local News

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – Two arrests have been made in a shooting that led to a police chase on July 29 along George Bishop Parkway.

Johnny Frasier has been arrested and is awaiting trial with a $255,000 bond for six of his charges, according to his booking report.

Police say Frasier was not involved in the chase, but allege he is responsible for the shooting that happened earlier in the night.

Upon investigation it was learned that Frasier was arrested with two handguns of different calibers, which he used to fire toward a vehicle and into an apartment, causing injury to the victim, according to police.

Frasier is being charged with the following:

  •  Assault & Battery of a High & Aggravated Nature
  •  Sale or delivery of pistol to, and possession by, certain persons unlawful; stolen pistol
  • Discharging firearm into vehicle, aircraft, etc. while occupied
  • Discharging firearms into a dwelling
  • Poss. weapon during violent crime (2 counts)
  • Sale or delivery of pistol to, and possession by, certain persons unlawful; stolen pistol

No bail has been set for his assault of a high and aggravated nature charge according to the report.

Samone Lloyd was also arrested in connection to the case and is being held on a $75,000 bond for three of her charges, according to Vest.

The arrest warrant said Lloyd rented the car that was used to transport Frasier to and from the location of the shooting. Police said they also found a mason jar full of marijuana in the car.

Lloyd was charged with the following:

  • assault and battery: high and aggravated nature
  • discharging firearms into a dwelling
  • discharging firearms into a vehicle
  • possession of marijuana with intent to distribute

No bail has been set for her charge of assault of a high and aggravated nature, according to the report.

Around Midnight on the 29, officers responded to gunshots in the area of Mr. Joe White avenue and Nance Street shortly after a person called from Bay Pointe apartments to report they had been struck by a bullet while inside their home, according to Vest.

After using city cameras, they were able to identify the car. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but were unsuccessful , authorities said.

The vehicle fled outbound on 501 then south on 17 bypass, where nearby officers arrived to arrest. The driver stopped and fled from his car into the nearby abandoned freestyle music park, according to Vest.

Count on News13 for updates.


Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Trending stories