NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) — Two men are behind bars, facing charges for a deadly shooting in North Charleston.
According to a spokesman for the Charleston County Sheriff’s Department, Abner Rodriguez, 33, and Eddie Quinones-Feliciano, 25, surrendered without incident Wednesday.
Both are charged with murder, attempted murder and a weapons charge for a shooting that happened near the corner of Townsend Drive and Midland Park Road in late March.
Feliciano and Rodriguez went before a bond court judge Thursday morning. The judge described how she is not able to set bond for murder because that must be done by a Circuit Court Judge. The bond court judge denied bond for the attempted murder and set a bond for $200,000 for the weapons charge.
The victims, Paul Glover and Michelle Osorio were shot in the head. Osorio has serious injuries, but she is alive. Glover died at the hospital days later.
Roughly 10 people were in bond court on Thursday in support of the victims. They did not want to be on camera as they talked to the suspects. Those who gave a victim impact statements described the emotional impact from losing Glover. He was a brother, a son and the father of three.
One woman said, “He’s got 3 beautiful young daughters. They will never know their dad’s love, his bear hugs, butterfly kisses. All this has been lost due to an irrational action on the part of these two men.”
The victim’s brother asked that the judge deny bond. “We ask that bond be denied, not only to keep these individuals from fleeing, but to prevent the tragedy that my family has had to suffer from happening to anyone else.”
According to an affidavit, Osorio told investigators that she was involved in an altercation with the shooters earlier in the evening.
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