Police have arrested two men in the shooting death of a North Charleston man.

Arthur Singleton III, 35, died from multiple gunshot wounds at Medical University Hospital at 5:09 p.m. Tuesday, according to Charleston County Chief Deputy Coroner Judy Koelpin.

Police charged Christopher Raen Gadsden, 24, and Stanley Phillip Greene, 25, both of North Charleston, with murder.

Officers responding to reports of shots fired found Singleton lying in front of his home at 2667 Ferrara Drive about 4:30 p.m., according to Spencer Pryor, North Charleston police public information officer.

Singleton was able to give officers a description of the suspects' vehicle, Pryor said.

A neighbor who did not want to be identified said she was in her house across the street when she heard "two pops" that sounded like firecrackers.

Her son walked out of the house and saw Singleton lying on the ground in front of his house. She said she applied pressure to Singleton's chest wound until EMS arrived.

An officer responding to the call saw a vehicle matching the description traveling on Dorchester Road. The driver of the car refused to pull over and continued to Blanton Street, where the driver and passenger jumped out of the vehicle. Officers arrested the passenger, Gadsden, after a short chase, Pryor said. Greene, the driver, was arrested later at a home on Barony Park Lane, he said.

Gadsden has previous convictions for trafficking Ecstasy, failure to stop for blue lights, pointing and presenting a firearm and third-degree burglary, according to police. Greene has previous convictions for failure to stop for a blue light and drug possession.

It was the fourth shooting in North Charleston in a week and the second fatal shooting in that time.