SC man arrested in Columbia shooting death

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COLUMBIA, S.C. - A South Carolina man has surrendered to police in the shooting death of a teen at a Columbia home earlier this year.

Multiple media outlets reported that 33-year-old Anthony Hackshaw turned himself in to police Wednesday afternoon.

Hackshaw is charged with murder, assault with intent to kill, conspiracy and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Eighteen-year-old Ebony Fogle was shot in the backyard of a home May 20.

Police are looking for Hackshaw's wife, 22-year-old Rosa Leighann Grenald, on an obstruction of justice charge.

Police earlier this month dropped charges against 19-year-old Johnathan A. Bailey, who had been accused in Fogle's death.

It was unclear Thursday if Hacksaw had an attorney.

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