Bond denied for suspect in fatal Goose Creek shooting

April Cartin (left), Darrell Bennett (middle), Shearon Lamar Bennett (right)

GOOSE CREEK, S.C. (WCIV) -- Bond was denied Tuesday evening for a man accused of killing a woman in a Goose Creek nightclub.

Shearon Bennett was charged with the murder of April Infinger.

According to the affidavit, Bennett was involved in an argument and bouncers removed him from the club. While he was in the parking lot, he fired a gun. That shot went through the building and hit Infinger.

Investigators say they used surveillance video to identify Bennett as the man kicked out of the Moonshine Saloon.

Infinger was killed after she was hit in the back by a bullet at Moonshine Saloon early Saturday morning, said Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury. Salisbury said 32-year-old Infinger, of Goose Creek, was shot around 12:50 a.m. at the saloon on Myers Road in Goose Creek.

She was taken to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead, he said.

911 calls explained the chaos happening at the club.

"Moonshine in Goose Creek. Somebody has been shot," said one caller. "Listen, there's about 20 or 30 frickin' people on this one person and they're beating people up."

A bartender also called 911.

"There's a girl bleeding in the back. Nobody got shot. But there's a girl bleeding in the back," the bartender said.

But Infinger had been shot.

Darrell Bennett, 45, and April Cartin, 41, both of Cross, were charged with obstructing justice. They are being held in the Hill-Finklea Detention Center, each on a $75,000 bond, said officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office.

A third suspect, Shearon Lamar Bennett, 33, of Cross, was captured Monday night, officials said.

Officials said the warrant for his arrest was issued on a charge of murder.