Man charged in shooting, crash that killed Myrtle Beach dad – WBTW


One of two men has now been apprehended in the shooting, chase and fatal crash that killed a Myrtle Beach dad in mid-December in Socastee.

 Michael Scott Stevenson, 27, from High Point, NC, was charged Wednesday in connection with the death of Elvan Douglas, age 35, a father of 3 children.

 A woman, Jessy Larinda Bracey, was charged in the case just a day after the incident.

Douglas was driving a grey Nissan pickup truck that police say intentionally crashed into a white sedan with three people inside, police said. That crash happened after Douglas had been shot at on Luttie Road earlier in the morning on Dec. 17.

 Ronald Terrel Hamlet, 28, is still wanted for attempted murder and armed robbery.

Stevenson is charged with armed robbery and attempted murder.

The crash happened at the two Kangaroo gas stations on SC 707 and blocked the road starting around 5 am.

Douglas was the father of three children and worked as the site manager for the Zaxby’s near Myrtlewood Golf Club along the 17 Bypass, according to his Facebook account information and a company profile of Zaxby’s.

He attended NC AT University in Greensboro, NC, and Northern High School in Durham, NC, according to his Facebook page.