Suspect in killing remains at large

Donsurvi Chisolm is charged with murder in a 2007 case that still is pending.

GOOSE CREEK -- A man suspected of killing his 14-year-old nephew and wounding his own brother in a Thursday night shooting in the Sedgefield subdivision was still at large Friday, authorities said.

Donsurvi Chisolm, 30, is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 190 pounds, said Dan Moon, public information officer for the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office.

The shooting took place about 10 p.m. at 2 Plainfield Ave., in a house shared by the suspect and the two victims, Moon said.

The 14-year-old, Michael Chisolm, was pronounced dead at the scene, Berkeley County Chief Deputy Coroner Bill Salisbury said Friday.

The injured man is Dansa Chisolm, 33, the dead teenager's father and Donsurvi Chisolm's brother.

Dansa Chisolm flagged down a deputy outside the residence and related what had happened in the house. He had been shot in the face, and a helicopter took him to Medical University Hospital for treatment.

Moon said Friday that investigators had not been able to talk with Dansa Chisolm and have thus been unable to determine the circumstances of the shooting.

In 2007, a circuit court judge released Donsurvi Chisolm on bond after Dorchester County deputies charged him with the murder of 20-year-old Craig M. Canady Jr., Moon said.

A hunter found Canady's body in a ditch on Sept. 15, 2007, along Clubhouse Road near Summerville.

The case still is pending, and Donsurvi Chisolm was supposed to be wearing a GPS ankle bracelet as a condition of his release, Moon said.

Deputies launched a search for Donsurvi Chisolm shortly after Thursday's shooting, but he eluded them, Moon said.

The ankle bracelet either was not working or Chisolm was not wearing it when he fled from the scene, Moon said.