A Conway man, deemed “armed and dangerous,” turned himself in to Myrtle Beach police in connection with a shooting last month that left one man injured at the Lazy G Motel.
Ronaldo Mark Fraser, 19, will be charged with attempted murder, according to Lt. Joey Crosby.
Officers were called to the Lazy G Motel at 405 27th Ave. North for a report of gunfire at 8:54 p.m. June 19. Several witnesses reported they saw the victim arguing with a suspect, later identified as Fraser, and another man in the parking lot where they heard a gunshot.
The incident marked the sixth shooting in a 3-day span that left at least nine people injured in the city of Myrtle Beach.
Police found a spent shell casing in the parking area and confirmed that a shot was fired.
Medics were called to the scene to examine the victim for a leg injury, but no gunshot wounds were observed on the man, according to an incident report.
The victim was not cooperating with the initial investigation and refused medical treatment, Crosby said in an email after the shooting.