A man wanted in connection with a double shooting that left one man dead outside a North Carolina nightclub early Tuesday apparently drove to North Charleston, where he surrendered to police at a gas station on Ashley Phosphate Road later that night.
Antwan Kamar Lock, 26, drives an 18-wheeler for a living, said Sgt. John Somerindyke of the Fayetteville (N.C.) Police Department.
About 2 a.m., Fayetteville police found 23-year-old DeJuan McLean dead of multiple gunshot wounds in his vehicle outside the club.
Marcus Donta Smith, also 23, a passenger in the vehicle, also was shot. He was treated at a hospital and released, authorities said.
Lock, a Fayetteville resident, was at the Raceway on Ashley Phosphate Road near Interstate 26 at about 11:40 p.m. saying he wanted to turn himself in, a police report said.
"Upon contact, the subject was found facedown, 'proned out' before any officer instructed him to do such," the report said.
Lock remained at the Charleston County jail Wednesday. Cumberland County (N.C.) deputies are expected to transport him back to North Carolina within 10 days, Somerindyke said.
"Anybody who turns himself in, it makes everybody's life a lot easier, especially with a murder," the sergeant said. "Everybody comes out of it a lot better."
Lock is charged with murder, discharging a weapon into an occupied motor vehicle and assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury with intent to kill.