Myrtle Beach police are investigating a shooting that erupted outside the Carver Street Apartments on Spivey Avenue Thursday. The shooting was reported near Futrell Park where Jadasia Myers and her unborn baby were killed in a September shootout.
A heavy police presence swarmed Spivey Avenue and King Street in the Booker T. Washington neighborhood and Grey Street two-tenths of a mile away about 11:45 a.m. Thursday where crime scene investigators started collecting evidence and gathering statements, according to Capt. Joey Crosby with the Myrtle Beach Police Department.
Crosby said they had not found any victims in the shooting and that it appeared no one was hurt in the incident.
Officers have “identified the parties involved” in the shooting, Crosby said. “The subjects are being questioned at this time.”
Suspect names will be released once they are formally charged, he said.
He described the investigation as “still very fluid,” and said officers are working to learn whether the shooting was tied to the incident on Grey Street. Crosby said they are still trying to determine what happened on Grey Street.
Crosby said the community is not in danger, and so far few details have been released.
Officers continue their investigation into this incident and additional arrests may be forthcoming, Crosby said..
Flowers and ribbons on a damaged bus stop still mark the scene where a car crashed in the shooting a few months ago. Myers was found suffering a gunshot wound in the back seat.
Police are seeking the public’s help in the incident and are calling for anyone with information to contact them at 843-918-1382.
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