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Home  |  News  |  Coroner: Man shot at convenience store dies, suspect turns self in

Coroner: Man shot at convenience store dies, suspect turns self in
Wednesday, May 29, 2013

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) - A suspect believed to be involved in a fatal shooting following an argument Tuesday has turned himself in, according to Richland County Sheriff's Department.

Deputies say 24-year-old Bryson Sims turned himself into law enforcement after an incident at Lucky Sevens convenience store off Bluff Road in Gadsden.

The report said Sims and 47-year-old Keith Malloy got into a verbal altercation inside the store that eventually led outside and turned into a fight.

During the fight, Simms allegedly pulled out a gun and shot Malloy in the upper body.

Malloy later died at an area hospital, according to Richland County Coroner Gary Watts.

Sims is charged with unlawful carry of a weapon and carrying a concealable weapon into certain restricted places.

According to Deputy Curtis Wilson, Sims is also wanted in Calhoun County.

Source: http://www.wistv.com/story/22441269/deputies-shooting-suspect-turns-himself-in

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