Domoneik Washington is behind bars.
Washington is the suspected triggerman in a March shootout on Folly Road that left one dead and two wounded.
He was apprehended Monday while he was walking down a street in Danville, Va., the U.S. Marshals Service said in a news release.
Washington, 24, of Seacroft Road on James Island is charged with one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder in the March 30 shootout in the lot of a Kangaroo gas station at Folly and Camp roads.
The shootout, which Sheriff Al Cannon described as gang warfare, was spawned by a fight that broke out after a nightclub closed. The argument moved down Folly Road to a convenience store. Shots were fired at people in a car, which drove off and crashed.
One man in the car died from gunshot wounds, and two were injured. About 40 minutes later, another car was found, abandoned and bullet-riddled, on Ashley River Road in West Ashley.
The body of Antwan Davon Wilson, 22, of Grove Street was found in the car that wrecked on Folly Road near Central Park Road. Two passengers, Ronald Bryant and Edward Wittrell, were taken to a hospital. They have since been released.
Operation Intercept, a fugitive task force led by the Marshals Service, had been working with the Sheriff's Office and with the North Charleston and Charleston police departments to find Washington, the news release said.
They learned Washington might be staying with relatives in the Danville area. Authorities in Virginia helped narrow down where Washington was hiding. Investigators saw him walking down the street after buying some beer. They approached him and took him into custody without incident, the release said. He was taken to the Danville City Jail, were he will await extradition.
Washington's arrest is the second in connection with the shootout. On April 8, Washington's cousin, 24-year-old Ishmel Jayvan Lemon of Seacroft Road was charged with three counts of accessory after the fact of attempted murder, and one count of obstruction of justice.
Washington and Lemon both were identified as investigators studied the surveillance video from the Kangaroo gas station.