Alleged Motorcycle Gang Members Accused Of Shooting Rival During Deadly Confrontation
Members of a motorcycle group in South Carolina were charged with murder after they allegedly gunned down a rival while out riding last month, authorities said.
On Nov. 8, the Lexington County Sheriff’s Office announced Shane Andrzejewski, 33, Joshua Allen Dutton, 28, Casey Thomas Goodson, 38, William Douglas McGathen Simpson, 34, each face one count of murder one count of conspiracy, and seven counts of attempted murder in connection with the Oct. 8 death of Timothy Brock.
According to the sheriff’s office, the four co-defendants allegedly “approached [Brock] at a high rate of speed, fired shots and fled the scene.”
Brock was struck multiple times and died from his injuries.
Sheriff Jay Koon said surveillance video and interviews with other victims were “pivotal” in identifying the alleged shooters in the case.
“Each of the suspects can be seen on security camera video in the area of the scene prior to the shooting,” Koon said, noting, “The four suspects and Brock are from rival motorcycle groups.”
The four suspects were booked into the Lexington County Detention Center.
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