Four suspects have been arrested for a murder in Clover, SC which occurred late Monday night, March 24th. Brandon Davis, aka “Brandon Yukob“, was shot in the shoulder when the truck he was in with “Michael McAfee” was shot up. McAfee was shot in the leg, but managed to drive to a friend’s home to ask for help. Davis fell out of the truck into the driveway, dead. It is believe the shooting happened at a trailer park on Rhyne Road, the same trailer park where McAfee’s friend lived. That same friend told police he had heard six to eight gunshots just before McAfee and Davis arrived at this home.
McAfee apparently didn’t take his own wall post to heart. He was charged with obstruction of justice, presumably for refusing to cooperate with authorities trying to find the crime scene and the individuals who shot him and killed his friend. When we checked this morning he was still in the York County Jail with a $5,000 bond. He has no other significant criminal history.
Ezekiel Lundquist, aka “Ezekiel King James Lundquist” is charged with Murder and Obstruction of Justice. His prior adult record consists of a DUS charge, possession of marijuana and possession of drug parphernalia, all from March 5th and still pending. No bond has been set on his latest charges as of yet.
We thought this January post by Lundquist was rather funny. He is opining the fact he can’t find a decent “plug“, street lingo for drug dealer. Note the exchange between Ezekiel and his mother.
Cohn has a more extensive criminal history. In 2011 he was charged with Grand Larceny. The 16th Circuit Solicitor dismissed that charge.
In 2012 Cohn was charged with Failure to Stop for Blue Lights. He pled guilty and was sentenced to sixty days. Way harsh!
In 2013 Cohn got a bit more serious about his crimes. He was charged with Armed Robbery, Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime and Criminal Conspiracy. He got a sweet plea deal from the 16th Circuit Solicitor. The armed robbery charge was reduced to 2nd Degree Assault & Battery and the other two charges were dismissed. Total sentence was 105 days time served.
Now he’s graduated to murder. The 16th Circuit Solicitor must feel pretty good about that!
Also charged with murder is Tevin Dye. We weren’t able to locate a Thugbook page for him. He also has no prior adult criminal history in York County.
It seems apparent these fellows all knew one another. Drug deal gone bad? Fight over a girl? Time will tell.