One arrested in July 4 murder

  • Sunday, July 6, 2014

Provided Antwan Black

A North Charleston man has been charged with murder in connection with a Fourth of July shooting that left one dead.

Antwan Black, 30, of 118A Cedar Grove Drive, is accused of shooting Anthony Eugene, 43, of 7360 Stall Road, in Black’s home.

According to an incident report, Dorchester County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call for a fight in progress at the home, then heard shots fired when they arrived.

Deputies ordered those inside to exit the home and, just as they were preparing to enter, Black walked out, wearing “blood soaked clothing,” according to the report.

Deputies were able to detain Black without incident.

Inside the duplex, they discovered Eugene lying facedown in a bedroom.

Black was denied bond Sunday; he is charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

The neighborhood where the shooting occurred is off Ashley Phosphate Road, not far from Fort Dorchester High School.


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