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Davin Jerome Aiken

Davin Jerome Aiken, 18, of 6764 Alston Avenue in North Charleston, was arrested by NCPD on 19 January and charged with four (4) counts of Attempted Murder. Judge Baldwin set his bond at $100,000 on each charge for a total of $400,000.

He was arrested on the same date as a reported shooting on Ashley Phosphate Road at Patriot Boulevard stemming from an incident at the Blue Magic nightclub. Two individuals showed up at Roper Northwoods emergency room with gunshot wounds. Once police were finally notified they found forty (40) shell casings in the roadway. We can’t say for sure this is the incident for which Aiken is charged, because we don’t have access to police reports like the ‘regular’ media does, but there is a good chance it is related. Let’s see if the ‘regular’ media runs with it.

Davin “Da Conehead” Aiken

And you knew it was coming:

At least Cara got it right! Way to go, Cara!!



  1. Thanks for the info!!

  2. browsing thru old articles, I tried to pull this guy up by name in clerk of court and all his charges have been transferred and no longer appear. Transferred to what? It still should show up as General Sessions charges. Did they all drop to misdemeanors? Or did the feds pick it up? Please help me better understand this.

  3. What you are seeing is the beginnings of the Solicitor’s Protection Act (our name for it) we wrote about a while back. The purpose of that legislation is to remove charges dismissed by solicitors and hide charges pled down. Thanks for pointing this out. Looks like something else to write about in the near future.

  4. This is not related to the Blue Magic shooting. This is related to a shooting at the Hawthorne Suites on Northwoods Blvd earlier the same night. No “victims” were hit in that shooting and most likely didn’t end up on the news.


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