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Five arrested in connection with fatal Clover shooting

Brandon Davis, 17. (Photo source: Nicholas Fenske) Brandon Davis, 17. (Photo source: Nicholas Fenske)
Ezekiel Lundquist, 21 Ezekiel Lundquist, 21
Javeas Cohn, 20 Javeas Cohn, 20
Tevin Dye, 19 Tevin Dye, 19
Michael Lynn McAfee, 22 Michael Lynn McAfee, 22
CLOVER, SC (WBTV) -

Investigators in York County say five people have been arrested after a teenager was shot and killed in Clover late Sunday night.

The incident was reported on the 400 block of Gondola Lane around 11 p.m. Sunday night, according to the news release from the York County Sheriff's Office. 

Investigators say 17-year-old Brandon Davis was pronounced dead after being found in the driveway of Jeffrey Wooten's home. 

Michael Lynn McAfee, 22, was also taken to the hospital for treatment on a gunshot wound to the leg.

"Death knocked on my front door... Literally," said Wooten, who is a friend of Davis'. "I wish I could have done a little more to make a difference."

Wooten told WBTV, Davis and McAfee came to his home after being shot. Wooten and his roommate, Nicholas Fenske, tried to keep Davis alive as police made their way to the trailer park community.

"I was trying to tell him you're going to be all right man," said Fenske. "I was saying talk to me... talk to me... say something to me."

But Davis never replied.

Fenske told WBTV he met Davis at Clover High School, however, he did not believe the teen was enrolled in classes this year.

Deputies said late Monday night that four people, including McAfee, had been arrested in connection with the case.

Ezekiel Lundquist, 21, Javeas Cohn, 20, and Tevin Dye, 19, were all charged with murder. Lundquist was also charged with obstruction of justice.

Officials say McAfee was charged with obstruction of justice.

Then, on March 26, 19-year-old Morgan Kalea Robinson turned herself in and was also charged with obstruction of justice. She was released on a $5,000 bond.

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