A 22-year-old man on Pennsylvania’s 20 most-wanted fugitives was arrested by the United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force Service in Myrtle Beach Thursday morning, according to a police report from Horry County police.
Police say Daniel Greer, of West Mifflin, P.a., was involved in 2013 in a drive-by shooting which injured a 17-year-old girl in West Mifflin, P.a.
Greer faces charges of criminal attempt-criminal homicide, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, firearms offenses and simple assault, officials said.
At the request of the West Mifflin Police Department, the Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force was actively investigating the location of Greer, and found information that showed that he was residing in Myrtle Beach.
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After a request had been forwarded to U.S. Marshals Service, District of South Carolina Operation Intercept Fugitive Task Force, officials were able to locate Greer residing in the 6100 block of Frontage Road.
According to the report, Greer initially identified himself as Corey Gunter, but later admitted his true identity.
Greer was arrested without incident and is at the Horry County Detention Center in Conway, pending extradition to Pennsylvania.