Bond was denied this morning for one of the suspects in a shooting Thursday at a St. Helena Island nightclub that killed two people and injured two others.
Magistrate Richard Brooks denied bond for Lucas Miles Morgan, 25, of St. Helena on a charge of attempted murder. He also set a bond hearing for July 30 for Joseph David Bowers, 27, also of St. Helena, who is charged with murder in the shooting at the Midnight Soul Patrol at 56 Toomer Road.
Dante Kendall Bailey, 33, and Michael Douglas Morgan, 26, both of St. Helena, died in the shooting.
Richard Earl Green Jr., 24, of Beaufort is at the Medical University of South Carolina undergoing treatment for a gunshot wound.
Robert Irvin Goodwine, 19, of St. Helena was released Thursday from Beaufort Memorial Hospital after receiving treatment for a gunshot wound.
The shootings occurred during a gunfight that broke out at about 1:30 a.m. Thursday among "feuding parties," according to the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office.
Witnesses said more than two people had guns, but an exact number is not yet available from the Sheriffs Office. Sgt. Robin McIntosh said Thursday, It is still very much an active investigation.