NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Three people are dead and another wounded after a shooting outside at a South Carolina motorcycle shop.
North Charleston police spokesman Spencer Pryor says Saturday's shootings in the parking lot of the Cycle Gear shop broke out after a fight involving several people. A store manager says the fight started inside the store and then moved outside.
Police said Sunday they arrested 43-year-old Ronald Reid and charged him with murder. Charged with second-degree lynching by mob is 32-year-old Barry Stinson. Police did not provide their home towns and Pryor did not respond to a message asking whether they had lawyers.
Both are expected to appear at bond hearings Monday.
A woman in Summerville who identified herself as Reid's mother declined comment Sunday. Stinson did not have a listed telephone number.