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Second suspect arrested in Dreams shooting
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The Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a second person in connection with a Jan. 16 shooting at Dreams night club.

According to a report from the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office, deputies arrested Rodney Lemont Cater Jr., 27, of 407 Adrian Ave., after placing him on GwdToday’s Most Wanted list last Friday. Deputies arrested Tashonda Rapp, 29, of 623 Greene Street, after learning she was involved in the incident through their investigation.

According to the report, police were dispatched to Dreams, located at 2408 Hwy. 72/221 E., in response to a call about a fight at the club. As officers were arriving, dispatch advised them that shots had been fired and there was possibly someone injured. Security at the club confirmed that someone had been shot and also told police that the victim was on the way to the hospital in a personal vehicle.

According to the report, a security guard at the club told police that there were several arguments, one of which resulted in a fight. The guard told police that the fighting individuals were taken outside. The guard then saw a large crowd gathering outside and heard gunshots. The guard then saw an individual being loaded into a car that then sped off, according to the report.

The report states that, due to the rain and mud, police were unable to locate any shell casings or other evidence.

Rapp was charged with breach of peace, high and aggravated in nature and given a $25,000 cash or surety bond. Carter charged with the same crime and given a $50,000 cash or surety bond. Both have been released.

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