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One man wanted, four more surrender in Loris shooting

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LORIS, SC (WWAY) -- Two Columbus County men have turned themselves in to police in connection with a shooting in Loris, SC, earlier this month. David Hemingway, 20, and Xavier Hemingway, 17, both of Tabor City, turned themselves in Monday. Both face six charges of attempted murder and a burglary charge after a shooting into a home. Loris police are still looking for Dustin Stackhouse.

WPDE in Myrtle Beach reports Loris Police Chief Joe Vaught said a number of people approached a home on Watson Street about 4:30 a.m. on August 9 and started shooting. Police believe this shooting is connected to another incident in a church parking lot in Tabor City later that night in which David Grubbs was shot in the neck and face.

Amanda Hardee turned herself in last week and is charged with six counts of attempted murder. Christopher Green turned himself into Columbus County authorities. He is awaiting extradition.

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