Third man facing charges in connection with October shooting at Myrtle Beach club

mprabhu@thesunnews.comNovember 3, 2013 

— A third man was arrested Saturday in connection with an Oct. 20 shooting at a club that left a woman hurt.

Nicholas Terrell Gregory, 21, of Conway was booked into Myrtle Beach Jail Saturday charged with attempted murder, according to online records. It was unclear how Jackson was taken into custody.

Gregory is the third man to be arrested in connection with the shooting at Club 503. On Oct. 24, Kenneth Earl Jackson, 24, of Myrtle Beach was charged with attempted murder. On Oct. 22, Robert Cameron Perry, 21, of Conway was taken into custody and charged with attempted murder.

Police released surveillance photos of two men they wanted to question in connection with the shooting on Oct. 21.

According to a Myrtle Beach police incident report, officers were called to the club, located at 503 Eighth Ave. N., at about 5:45 a.m. Oct. 20 in response to a report of shots being fired. When they arrived the learned a 25-year-old woman was shot in the leg and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, according to the report.

A witness told police that two men argued and when a club employee asked one of the men to leave, that man got upset and threatened to shoot up the club, according to the report. Soon after, a witness told police that a dark-colored sport utility vehicle drove by the club and about six gunshots were fired at the club from the rear passenger seat.

Reporter Tonya Root contributed to this report.

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