Four people charged with accessory in connection to SC State shooting death

Raymone Reed (top, l to r.), Shannon Davis, Darius Frazier (bottom, l to r) Kevin Winningham (PROVIDED)

Four more people were arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of a South Carolina State University student last week.

Darius Anthony Frazier, 23, of Cordova, Kevin Alonzo Winningham, 22, of Orangeburg, Shannon Deandre Davis, 27, of Orangeburg, and Raymone Sinclair Reed, 23, of Charleston, were charged with accessory after the fact of murder in connection with the shooting death of Brandon Alexander Robinson on Jan. 24 on the school campus.

Justin Bernard Singleton, 19, of Charleston, was charged with murder last week.

Singleton was a student at S.C. State. Frazier was a student at Claflin University. Winningham, Davis and Reed were not enrolled at either school.

Singleton and Robinson were outside of the "K" Hall of the Andrew Hugine Suites Living and Learning Community on campus, when Singleton pulled out a gun and shot at Robinson, according to the arrest warrant. The bullet struck Robinson in the neck.

Singleton, a full-time business major, according to the university. Robinson was a junior industrial engineering technology major.

On Thursday, the State Law Enforcement Division charged the four additional defendants and accused them of being with Singleton when he confronted Robinson, according to warrants.

After Singleton shot Robinson, the four men fled with Robinson in a car, and abandoned the car in another location, according to the warrants.

What triggered the argument between Singleton and Robinson remains unclear.

Frazier, Winningham, Davis and Reed remain jailed at the Orangeburg County Detention Center.