Spartanburg, S.C (Fox Carolina) -- The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office said two suspects in an October drive-by shooting have been arrested and a third is sought.
Deputies said Wednesday that Jacob Patton was arrested on six outstanding warrants, four of which are attempted murder counts. One count of possession of a weapon during a violent crime and another for a breach of peace.
These counts come from a drive by shooting that happened in on Oct. 19, deputies say. The shooting happened at Quail Pointe apartments on E. Blackstock Rd.
Deputies said another suspect Trevion Anderson, 19, of Spartanburg was arrested on Oct. 22. He is also charged with four counts of attempted murder, possession of a weapon, and a miscellaneous general sessions offense.
Deputies said they are still searching for Tymaine English-Smith in connection with the case.
"A lot of the stolen guns come from car break-ins. Once again we would like to ask citizens of Spartanburg County and visitors of Spartanburg County please don't leave loaded weapons or weapons at all in your vehicle unattended. It will help reduce these weapons getting on the street illegally and being used in crimes like this and other crimes as well." Lt. William Gary advised.