UPDATE: The brother of a 31-year-old Walterboro man being held for the Thanksgiving weekend shooting death of 60-year-old Annie Ruth Mack at her home in Walterboro turned himself in to Colleton County Sheriff's deputies Wednesday.
David Marshall Pinckney, 29, was being sought in connection to a shooting in the parking lot of a Colleton County night club the Friday after Thanksgiving. The younger Pinckney is being charged with three counts of attempted murder and possession of a deadly weapon during a violent crime.
According to a statement from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, the older brother, Dkwon Pinckney, was taken into custody at his girlfriend's residence in Summerville shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday night. He is charged with murder, burglary, and weapons possession.
Authorities are still looking for 29-year-old Anthony Perez Frasier (aka "Banks"), and a third unidentified suspect in connection to two separate shootings early Friday at the Club Camelot.
Police are trying to determine if the three incidents are related.