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.

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    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.