Deputies say both suspects wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of an Upstate teen on February 27 are in custody.

Officials with Greenwood County Sheriff's Office said dispatchers received a reports of a possible reckless driver on SC 72 near Woodlawn Road around 5 p.m.

While deputies and SC Highway Patrol responded to the area to try located the reckless driver, a second call came in to dispatchers about shots being fired at the Stop A Minit at 1205 SC 72.

Deputies said a trooper arrived on scene and confirmed that shots had been fired.

The Sheriff's Office said they were informed around 5:18 p.m. that a gunshot victim arrived at Self Regional Hospital and had succumbed to injuries there. Deputies said the victim was a 17-year-old male, and that he'd been shot multiple times.

On Thursday, the coroner identified the victim as Jalis Jeremiah Anderson of McCormick.

A representative with Greenwood District 50 said Anderson was a student at Greenwood High School. The district released the following statement: "Hearts at Greenwood High School and in the district are very sad at the loss of this young man. Any loss of life really touches us deeply, especially when it is one of our students. Our district will keep the family and the entire GHS student body in our prayers during this time of sadness."On Thursday, deputies announced Tyrese Jermaine Paul was arrested in connection with the shooting and charged with murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

The sheriff's office said they were also seeking 19-year-old Eric Patterson Thomas also known as "Fred" for murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime charges.

On Monday, deputies confirmed Thomas had turned himself in at around 2 p.m.

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