Deputies Arrest Two In Fatal Shooting At Parker’s Kitchen On Christmas Eve

Wagswoofs – The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) has apprehended two individuals in relation to a shooting incident that took place at a Parker’s Kitchen gas station on Christmas Eve.

Koebe Huger, 27, and Demetrius Brown, 24, were apprehended by deputies.

Huger faces one count of attempted murder, two counts of carrying a gun without a permit, and three counts of selling or having a gun stolen by someone else.

Huger faces charges of attempted murder, unlawful carrying of a weapon, and possession of a stolen gun.

Lt. Rick Carson from DCSO has stated that Brown is facing murder charges in the case of Ian Kyle Ravenel’s death, while Huger is being accused in relation to the shooting and injuring of Brown.

DCSO and North Charleston Police (NCPD) promptly arrived at the Parker’s Kitchen on Windsor Hill Boulevard on December 24th at approximately 11:23 p.m.

When they got there, they found one person dead near the cash register inside the store. The victim was later named Ian Ravenel, according to the incident report.

Soon after, deputies heard that a second person, Demetrius Brown, had been shot in the stomach and taken to Trident Hospital before they got there.

The investigation into this case is still ongoing.

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