LANCASTER, S.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — A second man involved in the shooting and killing of a 53-year-old man in Lancaster earlier this month was arrested in York County this week, according to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.

Rickevious Debriek Durham

Rickevious Debriek Durham allegedly drove Corey Deonta Baker Jr. to 1804 John Street on Jan. 4. Baker Jr. shot and killed Nathaniel Eugne White. Authorities found White found suffering from gunshot wounds in an outbuilding before he later died. Both men intended to rob White.

On Thursday, authorities announced Durham’s capture. Lancaster County Sheriff’s investigators captured the 20-year-old Rock Hill resident on Monday. Officials charged Durham with murder and took him to the Lancaster County Detention Center. After meeting a magistrate, Durham
was denied bond.

Corey Deonta Baker, Jr. (LCSO)

Authorities said Baker, Jr., 24, was located Jan. 17 and taken into custody without incident.

Additional warrants charging both Baker and Durham with Attempted Armed Robbery and one charging Durham with Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Violent Crime are being obtained and will be served upon each of them in the detention center.

Investigators said several people were on or near the property when the shooting happened.

Witnesses told deputies they heard gunshots and saw a man come out of the outbuilding with a handgun. The man got back in the car and it drove away.

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Arrest warrants were issued on Jan. 10 charging Baker with murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime.

Baker appeared before a magistrate Jan. 23 and was denied bond.

“We have been looking for Baker since we identified him as a suspect earlier in this investigation using several different agencies and assets,” said Sheriff Barry Faile. “I appreciate all the help we got, particularly Sunday night when Baker was arrested. This investigation continues. We are still gathering information and consulting with the Sixth Circuit Solicitor, and additional charges could be made.”