2 arrested in weekend shooting at Baymont Inn and Suites

2 arrested in weekend shooting at Baymont Inn and Suites (Image 1)

Greenville police arrested two men for a shooting that wounded two people at the Baymont Inn and Suites.

26-year-old Devon Slade and 19-year-old Taquan Hardison are both charged in the shooting. Hardison is expected in court Wednesday morning.
    
Police say Slade was shot in the leg and was uncooperative with investigators. He faces additional charges, including possessing a stolen firearm.

It happened right around 3 Sunday morning.
    
One victim was found outside the hotel, while the other was in a hotel room. The second shooting victim is expected to be okay and is not facing charges.

Original Story

Greenville Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened Sunday morning at Baymont Inn and Suites on Memorial Drive.

Kristen Hunter with Greenville Police tells WNCT that the call came in around 3 a.m. Sunday morning. Two men were found shot.

One victim was found outside the hotel, and the other was found in a room. Both victims were shot in the leg.

Hunter says one victim is not cooperating with authorities.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Greenville Police Department.

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