The suspected triggerman in a shooting on James Island this week that left one dead and two wounded was still at large Friday night.

Arrest warrants have been issued charging Domoneik Antwan Washington, 24, of Seacroft Road, with murder and two counts of attempted murder, Charleston County sheriff's Maj. John Clark said Friday.

Washington is accused of firing shots into a car in the crowded parking lot of a Kangaroo station at 897 Folly Road about 2:40 a.m. Wednesday.

An early morning fight at the Creekside Lounge on Old Folly Road had moved down the road after the bar closed, authorities said. Several shootouts ensued -- a "running gunbattle" in which cars were chasing each other down Folly Road, they said.

A clerk at the Kangaroo told deputies that the parking lot filled quickly with cars and people. She heard yelling and cursing outside. Someone shouted "Gun!" and she saw a man pointing a pistol at a gold-colored Chevy Impala.

After the shooting, the Impala drove out of the gas station and wrecked on Folly Road near Central Park Road.

One man inside the car, 22-year-old Antwan Davon Wilson of Grove Street, was fatally wounded. Two others, Ronald Cornell Bryant III and Edward Jerome Wittrell Jr., were wounded, the warrants say.

Both of the wounded men were taken to Medical University Hospital.

Clark said Friday night that one of the men was still hospitalized but the other had been released. He did not know which had been released.

Clark said Washington is the man who was pictured in a surveillance photo of the Kangaroo lot that was distributed after the shooting. According to the arrest warrants, a witness identified Washington as the shooter, picking him out of a photo line-up.

According to a records check with the State Law Enforcement Division, Washington has a rap sheet going back to 2005, and has twice been convicted on misdemeanor drug possession charges.

Two of the people Washington is accused of shooting also have criminal records. Wilson was arrested in January on drug distribution charges and was awaiting trial at the time of his death. Wittrell, 19, of Sumter Street, Charleston, was given a suspended sentence and probation in December 2009 after pleading guilty to a first-offense drug possession charge. He is on probation until December.

Information about Bryant's record was unavailable.

The 911 tapes reveal that many people heard the shootings and that there may have been shots fired on Central Park Road also.

A woman who called 911 from the Kangaroo store gave the dispatcher descriptions of the shooter and said he ran from the store toward a nearby car wash after the shooting. A Wambaw Avenue resident said he heard shots fired on Central Park Road.

The woman who called from the scene of the wrecked car could be heard encouraging the men to stay still until help arrived.