Florence, South Carolina 2021-08-18 17:28:51 –
NS. Two men released from prison have been sought on new charges after being charged with shooting a vehicle occupied at a gas station in Robeson County in July, according to St. Paul’s police.
Daquan McNair, 26, Waltay Jackson, 19, Are required by warrants to prosecute them by firing firearms at occupied vehicles. According to police, the two men were initially charged with firing firearms in the city limits and should be considered armed and dangerous.
The shooting took place after midnight on July 25th at the BP Gas Station (also known as Happy Mart) on W. Broad Street in St. Paul’s. According to police, the bullets fired at the car arrived within a few inches of hitting the driver.
According to police, McNair may be staying in Lumberton. His last known address was E. Armfield Street in St. Paul’s. Jackson may be staying at Fairmont. His last known address was N. Alford Street in St. Paul’s.
McNair was previously arrested by St. Paul’s police on July 10 on charges of weapons and narcotics. He was also charged with violating the conditions for release from arrest. First-class murder In 2019.
For more information, please call Lieutenant Michael Sigo (910-865-5155) at the St. Paul’s Police Department.
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