Ravenel, SC (WCBD) – Members of the Ravenel community gathered Sunday night for a second vigil dedicated to the lives of the five people killed in the Ravenel Mobile Home Park Tuesday, May 17.
The candlelight vigil to honor the lives of Betty Mungin, 55, Armani Mungin, 8, Alexis Mungin, 29 and the lives of her unborn twins was held at E.B. Ellington Elementary.
Kenneth Ancrum, 23 is charged with 5 counts of murder in the shooting deaths, he also faces attempted murder and kidnapping charges in the same incident.
Authorities said Ancrum shot his ex-girlfriend Quiwanna Mungin in the legs and dragged her out of the home.
At a bond hearing Thursday, a judge granted Ancrum no bond on the murder charges, three at the time, and $500,000 on the weapons charge.
He’s currently being held at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center.
Family members of the Mungins have set up a GoFundMe account to help out as the family prepares to lay the victims to rest.