SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD) — Authorities have arrested a second person in the June 13, 2015, killing of a man at a Summerville gas station.
Joshua Bryan Jordan, 23, was taken into custody Tuesday in Pinellas County, Fla., by the U.S. Marshals Service. He has not yet been extradited back to South Carolina.
Jordan will face charges of murder and kidnapping, according to Dorchester County sheriff’s Maj. Tony Phinney.
Jordan is accused in the 2015 fatal shooting of Travis Aaron Gordon, 23, of Goose Creek, at a gas station in Summerville.
The other supect, Thomas Robert Shewtzuk surrendered to DCSO Detectives about a week after the shooting. He voluntarily walked into the office on Deming Way and surrendered without incident.
Shewtzuk was wanted on a Murder warrant from a June 13th 2015 shooting at 2703 Highway 17-A South (BP Quick Food Mart), Summerville that resulted in the death of the victim, Travis Gordon.
According to the Dorchester county coroner Christopher Nisbet, the shooting death was ruled a homicide. The autopsy showed Gordon was shot twice, but the fatal wound and cause of death, was to the head.