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Six people charged in fatal shooting near Lancaster basketball courts

LANCASTER, SC (WBTV) — Deputies have charged six people in a November 2021 shooting near a basketball court in Lancaster that left one dead and another injured.

On Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at around 3 p.m., deputies said shots broke out from several gunmen on Pardue Circle near Palmetto Place Apartments in the city of Lancaster.

One man was shot and killed and another was seriously injured by gunshot.

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After several months of hearing witnesses and examining evidence, investigators have brought charges against six people.

Investigation revealed that a group of men were in the Pardue Circle basketball court. This group had previously had clashes with another group of men with ties to a house adjacent to the basketball court.

The dispute reportedly involved stolen drugs. The previous difficulties also concerned the firing of weapons.

When people in the house saw the group on the basketball court, they called other people who arrived in at least two automobiles.

As they arrived, gunfire broke out between the groups.

Tykeon Clyburn was shot several times in the chest and died at the scene. Another man was also shot in the chest but survived.

As a result of the investigation, the following men were charged:

  • Anthony Kiriakis Brice30 years old, Orangeburg
    • Assault and battery by a mob 1st degree
    • Assault and battery by 2nd degree mob
    • carry a gun
    • Possession of a firearm while committing a violent crime
  • Earl T. Clyburn22 years old, Lancaster
    • carry a gun
    • obstruction of justice
  • Daviahne Xavier Duncan26 years old, Lancaster
    • Assault and battery by a mob 1st degree
    • Assault and battery by 2nd degree mob
    • carry a gun
    • Possession of a firearm while committing a violent crime
  • Zi’lik Show Dunifer20 years old, Edgemoor
    • Assault and battery by a mob 1st degree
    • Assault and battery by 2nd degree mob
    • Possession of a firearm while committing a violent crime
  • Marc Anthony Harrison33 years old, Edgemoor
    • Assault and battery by a mob 1st degree
    • Assault and battery by 2nd degree mob
    • Possession of a firearm while committing a violent crime
  • Keshawn O’Bryan Wade31 years old, Lancaster
    • carry a gun
    • obstruction of justice

Bond was denied for Brice, Duncan, Dunifer, and Harrison, and they remain at the Lancaster County Detention Center.

Clyburn posted $11,000.00 bond the day of his arrest and was released. Wade posted $15,000.00 bond the day after his arrest and was released.

1st degree mob assault results in death and is punishable by at least 30 years in prison. Assault and Battery by a Mob 2d Degree involves serious bodily harm and ranges from three to 25 years. Both are crimes.

All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty by a court.

Anyone with information about this or any other case should call the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office at 803-283-3388 or contact Midlands Crimestoppers in one of the following ways: dial 888-CRIME-SC (888 -274-6372), log on to www.midlandscrimestoppers.com and click on the “Submit a tip” tab, or download the P3 Tips app for Apple or Android devices.

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