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Killers in School: 3 Arrested at Silver Bluff High

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Four new suspects, including a juvenile, were arrested Monday for murder in connection with Friday’s deadly home invasion at a Beech Island apartment.

Jordan ShoresAround 12 pm Monday, in cooperation with the Aiken County School District Officials provided assistance to Aiken County Sheriff’s Investigators with the arrest of three new suspects in the Fairview Road murder of 15-year-old Jordan Shores (pictured).

Investigators were able to arrest:

Howard Ronquavis James Howard (17 years old, shown in glasses)

Raihem Faisson McCorkle (17 years old, below)

and a 15 year old juvenile suspect.

All three were arrested at Silver Bluff High School without incident. The suspects were taken out of the classrooms and arrested with minimal disruption to the operation of the school, sheriff’s Capt. Eric Abdullah said.

McCorkleDuring this time, there was no threats or safety concerns for any of the students that attend Silver Bluff High School, Capt. Abdullah said.

All suspects were charged with one count of Murder, two counts of Attempted Murder, one count of Possession of a Weapon during Violent Crime, Burglary 1st Degree, and Armed Robbery. Howard and McCorkle were taken to the Aiken County Detention Center for booking. The juvenile suspect was transported to the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice.

Harrison  mugInvestigators also identified Aikel Leetrez Harrison (19 years old, pictured at right) as the suspect who fled from deputies on Nov. 18. Investigators obtained warrants for Harrison for Murder, two counts of Attempted Murder, one count of Possession of a Weapon during Violent Crime, Burglary 1st Degree, and Armed Robbery.

Around 5:15 pm, Harrison surrendered himself at the Aiken County Detention Center where he is currently being held.

No other details or motives were disclosed.

Previous stories:

A 15-year-old boy who was shot while visiting a friend’s house in Beech Island has died, according to the Aiken County coroner.

Jordan Shores, 15, of North Augusta (pictured), was pronounced dead at 9:15 a.m. Saturday at Augusta University Medical Center.

“Mr. Shores had suffered a non-survivable gunshot wound on the 18th,” Coroner Tim Carlton said in a press release.

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A 15-year-old boy is fighting for his life after being shot during a home invasion early Friday at an apartment in Beech Island, authorities said.

imageDEONTESCHULTZTwo of the three suspects were captured, but a third suspect is on the loose. And authorities say the robbers only got away with a Playstation 4 system!

The victim – identified only as a North Augusta teen with the last name Shores – was being treated at an Augusta hospital and was said to be undergoing surgery at 10:40 a.m. Friday, authorities said.

imageUNDRAIZEDIXONTwo suspects were captured after a police chase, including 17-year-old Undraize Antonio Dixon (bottom photo) of Beech Island and 17-year-old Deonte Raequan Schultz (top) of Beech Island. Investigators are obtaining warrants for three counts Attempted Murder, one count Armed Robbery and one count Burglary 1st Degree for each subject.

The home invasion at 1034 Fairview Road happen at 1 in the morning as the 15-year-old victim was playing video games with a 16-year-old boy from Warrenville with the last name Jones.

According to a sheriff’s report, three masked men came into the apartment through an unlocked door. One of the suspect began shooting in the victims’ direction while another went up to the older teen and struck him several times in the face with a gun.

“The subjects then quickly searched the bottom floor of the residence, took the listed Playstation 4 system and proceeded to flee the scene while firing additional rounds into the interior of the residence,” a report says.

Luckily, a sheriff’s deputy was in the shopping center at 4435 Jefferson Davis Highway, heard gunshot coming from the area of Fairview Road and responded to investigate.  A high-speed chase led to the capture of the two suspects around Blackstone Camp Road near Storm Branch Road.

Authorities say the two victims did not live in the apartment and were only visiting. A woman who lives in the home, 35-year-old Wendi McClure, was not injured in the incident. She told deputies she was sleeping when the home invasion occurred and awoke to investigate when one of the fleeing suspects fired in her direction.

The suspects who got away is described as a black male, 5’8″ tall, 120 pounds with black hair wearing a black hoodie black pants and dark shoes. If anyone has any information we encourage them to call the Aiken County Sheriffs at 803-648-6811. Individuals may also call Crimestoppers of the Midlands: 888-CRIME-SC (888-274-6372).

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Greg Rickabaugh is an award-winning crime reporter in the Augusta-Aiken area with experience writing for The Augusta Chronicle, The Augusta Press and serving as publisher of The Jail Report. Rickabaugh is a 1994 graduate of the University of South Carolina and has appeared on several crime documentaries on the Investigation Discovery channel.

13 COMMENTS

  1. I guess these low life amphibious creatures won’t be discussing the election results at the family dinner table ,oh wait they still have their families , no one murdered any of their family members (?) ,even in prison they still get to eat turkey and all the fixins’ . You get what you get .

  2. Undraize, Ronquavis, Raihem and Aikel…four names that mean canine feces. In the classroom one day with your dreads and rap and gang…in a cage (hopefully) for the rest of your useless lives the next. This aint no county lockup, bond out and go home boys. This is hard time with hard felons. If you breathe free air again your youth will be loooong gone. Don’t drop the soap tough guys!

  3. funny how these type names are often associated with these type of violent crimes , its like they got their names by placing the first 3 or 4 letters of 6 or 7 relatives in a hat and letting another draw 3 or 4 times then “making’ up a name from the letters drawn , well that my guess anyway .

  4. You guys on here are all ignorant with your funny post. Seven people lost their life that day not just the one that got murdered. These young men came from good homes they just went on the wrong path. Some of these men had scholarships and was on the way to becoming a positive role model but one mistake took that all away. This could have been anybody son so while you all call them creatures and say dumb lives matter you might want to scroll a little farther down because all I see is white people committing crimes like an amphibious animal that SOME are. #BLACKLIVESMATTER!!!

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