WARNING: This video contains graphic content. A tourist caught the entire shooting on Ocean Boulevard during a Facebook live video. An officer was not shot during the incident, Myrtle Beach police say.
Video provided by Bubba Hinson on Facebook
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Judge Steven John has a fiery response to the courtroom audience's cheers after granting rapper Ajay Alston bond. Alston is accused of beating and firing at a man in an altercation that led to the shooting death of his long-time, live-in girlfriend and their unborn child.
Community leaders and anti-violence activist rallied a crowd to "put the guns down, put peace signs up" in a vigil Wednesday night in Futrell Park where a pregnant woman and innocent bystander was killed by gunfire Sunday night. The woman, 22-year-old Jadasia Myers and her unborn child were killed in the violence. Sept. 27, 2017.
Myrtle Beach police say Derias Little, along with Raekwon Graham and Keshawn Battle, exited a vehicle moments before sneaking up behind and striking their first victim in the Ocean Boulevard shooting on June 18.