A suspect wanted in connection with a March 16 shooting has been taken into custody, Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell announced Monday.
“We had put out a media blitz with this individual’s description and likeness last week,” Ravenell said. “In only a few days, this suspect turned himself in to a member of our Field Services.”
Bobby Miller, 40, of Orangeburg was in court on Monday where he was formally charged with attempted murder.
Ravenell said investigators were able to determine Miller and a 31-year-old man were in an argument prior to the shooting.
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A Fuller Street resident said the victim came to her door asking to be taken to the hospital after having suffered a gunshot wound to the upper body.
Miller was developed as a suspect early on and had been sought by the sheriff’s office since the shooting incident.
Bond was denied on Miller during a hearing on Monday.