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Suspect named in fatal parking lot shooting

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Tavish Dominick Yeargin, 25 (Pickens County Sheriff's Office) Tavish Dominick Yeargin, 25 (Pickens County Sheriff's Office)
Yeargin's blue 1998 Ford Mustang (Pickens County Sheriff's Office) Yeargin's blue 1998 Ford Mustang (Pickens County Sheriff's Office)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Pickens County Sheriff's Office has released a warrant in connection with the death of an Easley man killed Sunday in a church parking lot.

Sean Dinneen, 48, was fatally shot in the parking lot of Crosswell Baptist Church on S. Fishtrap Road, which is off of Highway 123 between Easley and Greenville.

Following their investigation, deputies said that an arrest warrant was issued for Tavish Yeargin, 25, of 100 Shemwood Lane, Apartment 15C, Greenville, charging him with murder.

According to officials, Yeargin was last seen driving a 1998 blue Ford Mustang with tag number CQH-627.

"These officers have done an outstanding job, working tirelessly through some exceptionally long hours to solve this case," said Sheriff Stone. "I am proud of them and their outstanding professionalism demonstrated in this case."

Deputies said the murder is still under investigation and additional arrests are expected.

Dinneen died from a single gunshot wound to the chest Sunday night, according to the Pickens County Deputy Coroner.

Dinneen's car was reported missing following the shooting and found Monday afternoon in Greenville.

Anyone with information of Yeargin's location is asked to call the Pickens County Sheriff's Office at 898-5500.

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