Arrests in deadly shootout at Lancaster basketball court From top left: Anthony Kiriakis Brice, Earl T. Clyburn, Daviahne Xavious Duncan; From bottom left: Zi’lik Montrez Dunifer, Mark Anthony Harrison, Keshawn O’Bryan Wade. (LANCASTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE)
LANCASTER, S.C. — Several arrests have been made after a fight over stolen drugs at a basketball court on Nov. 23, 2021 led to the shooting death of a 21-year-old man, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s said.
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Another man who was shot survived.
Two groups of men who already had a confrontation met again at the basketball court on Pardue Circle in Lancaster when gunfire erupted.
Tykeon Clyburn was shot multiple times and died at the scene.
Suspects and their charges:
Anthony Kiriakis Brice, 30, of Orangeburg
Earl T. Clyburn, 22, of Lancaster
Daviahne Xavious Duncan, 26, of Lancaster
Zi’lik Montrez Dunifer, 20, of Edgemoor
Mark Anthony Harrison, 33, of Edgemoor
Keshawn O’Bryan Wade, 31, of Lancaster
Assault and battery by a mob in the first degree involves a death and is punishable by no less than 30 years in prison.
Assault and battery by a mob in the second degree involves serious bodily injury and carries three to 25 years in prison.
Both are felonies.
Bond was denied for Brice, Duncan, Dunife, and Harrison. They remain in the Lancaster County Detention Center.
Clyburn posted an $11,000 bond on the day of his arrest and was released.
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