ANDERSON — Sheriff’s investigators have identified four subjects involved in the February armed robbery and shooting at a convenience store on S.C. 187 North in Anderson.
Devin Matthew Cantoni, 18, of 437 Smith Road in Townville; Donkevius Euquon Martin, 19, of 113 Crystal Lane in Anderson; and Amanda Rose Harrison, 17, of 109 Ballard Road in Pelzer, are in custody.
Authorities are still looking for Antonio Raquan Patterson, 18, of 115-D Lari Lane in Anderson. He is described as a black male, 5-feet-10 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
All four are charged in warrants with armed robbery and attempted murder.
Surveillance video from the time of the incident showed Cantoni and Martin entering the 7-Eleven Convenience Store, 5503 S.C. 187 North, at 12:12 a.m. Feb. 17 with their faces covered by red bandannas.
Cantoni jumped over the counter and removed cash and coins from the register. Martin shot the on-duty clerk in the chest with a shotgun before the two left the store.
The clerk is expected to fully recover, according to an ACSO release about the incident.
Cantoni, who took $61 in cash and cigars from the store, turned himself in March 15 and is currently being held at the Anderson County Detention Center.
Martin was located at the Whitfield County (Ga.) Detention Center and a hold was placed on him by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.
Amanda Rose Harrison, 17, of 109 Ballard Road in Pelzer, was taken into custody Wednesday morning by Whitfield County, Ga., authorities and will be held there pending extradition to Anderson.
According to warrants, Harrison and Patterson waited in a car outside while Cantoni and Martin were inside.
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Antonio Raquan Patterson is asked to contact Investigator Grady Epps at 864-260-4410, GMEpps@andersonsheriff.com or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.