COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - A fourth woman has been arrested in connection with the discovery of two men who were wanted for their alleged involvement in a deadly shooting over the weekend in Columbia.
Taniqua Briante Goodwin-Weeks, 18, is charged with two counts of hindering officer/harboring a fugitive.
Police say she lied about knowing the whereabouts of Horace Watts and his younger brother Malik Davis. She is also accused of lying about having any contact with the suspects.
Goodwin-Weeks joins three others charged with aiding the men. Kadishia Grosier, 20, Destiny Meshell Elizabeth Gibson, 18, and Quiera Latara Durham, 23, have each been charged with two counts of hindering officer/harboring a fugitive.
The women were arrested after officers located murder suspects Watts and Davis in a bedroom at an apartment on Colleton Street Monday night. Grosier, Gibson, and Durham are accused of helping the men hide from police.
According to authorities, Davis and Watts fired several gunshots into a crowd of people at a party on the 2700 block of Magnolia Street on Saturday night. Isaac Lewis, 47, died at an area hospital. Another man was injured.