5th person arrested in connection with Clover teen's death

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comMarch 27, 2014 

— A fifth person has been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting death of a Clover teenager Sunday night.

Morgan Kalea Robinson, 19, turned herself in on warrants on Wednesday. She has been charged with obstructing justice. She was held at the York County Detention Center until she was released on a $5,000 bond the same day.

Brandon Davis, 17, was shot to death at a Revere Road home in the Glen at Clover mobile home community. Authorities have said drugs were involved in the slaying, but they have not specified the circumstances surrounding his killing, nor an exact motive.

During the shooting, Michael Lynn Mcafee, 22, was also shot in the leg and taken to Piedmont Medical Center.

Deputies at about 11 p.m. Sunday were sent to the area between Colonial and Revere drives in the Glen at Clover mobile home community after receiving word about shots fired in the area, according to a Sheriff’s Office report. While on their way there, they learned that two shooting victims had gone to a mobile home on Gondola Lane, about a mile away.

When they arrived, they found Davis dead, the report states. The people who live at the home told The Herald that McAfee drove Davis to their home because he claimed he was afraid and did not know where else to go.

Earlier this week, deputies arrested and charged Ezekiel Lundquist, 21, Tevin Dye, 19, and Javeas Wesley Cohn, 20, with murder, criminal conspiracy, attempted murder and drugs possession in connection with the killing of Brandon Davis. McAfee was charged with obstruction of justice. Lundquist also was charged with obstruction of justice, and Mcafee faces additional charges of burglary, petty larceny and drugs possession. Cohn was additionally charged with possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Authorities accuse Lundquist and Mcafee of giving false statements to police in an effort to provide alibis for the others accused, according to police documents.

Davis' family said he was a very loving person, avid outdoors man and skilled baseball player.

Davis' death is the third homicide Sheriff's deputies have investigated this year.

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