Slaying suspect to be returned

Donsurvi Chisolm waived extradition at a hearing Monday in Los Angeles.

A Goose Creek man suspected of killing his 14-year-old nephew and wounding his brother will be brought back from California to face charges, the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday.

Donsurvi Chisolm, 30, had an arraignment hearing Monday before a judge in Los Angeles and waived extradition. Arrangements are being made to transport him to the Hill-Finklea Detention Center in Moncks Corner, said Dan Moon, public information officer for the Sheriff's Office.

Chisolm is charged with murder and with assault and battery with intent to kill, Moon said.

The U.S. Marshals Task Force took Chisolm into custody April 14 at a bus stop in Los Angeles. Chisolm is accused of shooting his nephew, Michael Chisolm, 14, and Michael's father, Dansa Chisolm, 33, at 2 Plainfield Ave. in the Sedgefield subdivision on April 1.

The teen was pronounced dead at the scene. His father, who was shot in the face, was taken to Medical University Hospital.

Donsurvi Chisolm was out on bail at the time of the shooting after Dorchester County sheriff's deputies charged him with the 2007 murder of Craig M. Canady Jr., 20, whose body was found on Sept. 15, 2007, near Summerville.

Donsurvi Chisolm was supposed to be wearing a GPS ankle bracelet as a condition of his release. Authorities said the bracelet either was not working or Chisolm was not wearing it when he fled.