North Charleston Police arrest second suspect in deadly September shooting
NORTH CHARLESTON (WCIV) -- Both suspects wanted for murdering a North Charleston man in September are now in jail.
Randall Myers, 25, of Charleston, was booked into the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center Monday night. He was arrested Monday at a home on Winchester Street.
Myers was wanted along with 25-year-old Maurice Washington on a murder charge for the shooting death of 47-year-old Ivan Green.
Myers is also charged with possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and a probation violation.
Police say the two men drove up to a home on Hassell Avenue, Friday night, Sept. 23, and began firing.
Green was injured by the gunfire. He was taken to M.U.S.C., where he later died from his wounds.
Maurice Washington was arrested Dec. 6 by North Charleston Police and U.S. Marshals. Washington remains in jail.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents arrested Myers' mother, Patricia, Dec. 7 in Charleston as she boarded a cruise ship bound for the Bahamas.
Ms. Myers was wanted by the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office for obstruction of justice in connection to Green's murder.
Berkeley County Chief Deputy Mike Cochran says Patricia Myers was in contact with her son following the shooting, but did not relay information regarding his whereabouts to investigators.
Randall Myers was in bond court Tuesday morning.
This story will be updated.