North Charleston police today announced the apprehension of a man accused of wounding four people last month when shots were fired at a night club on Dorchester Road.
Montreal Joseph Ford, 22, of Louise Drive, is charged with three counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a knife or firearm during a violent crime, according to court records.
Ford is accused of being the triggerman in the shootings that took place at Club Camouflage at 7550 Dorchester Rd. on March 22, news release from police spokesman Spencer Pryor said. Four people were injured in the shootings. Investigators later identified Ford as a suspect.
According to court records, Ford has been convicted of possessing cocaine and has several other drug charges pending.
Ford was found Friday in a vehicle outside of a business on Rivers Avenue, the release said. He was being held in the Cannon Detention Center pending a bond hearing scheduled for tonight.
Another passenger in the vehicle had outstanding warrants with the city of Charleston and was arrested on unrelated charges, the release said.
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