August 12, 2021
Suspect in McBee shooting identified
The Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office has announced the suspect in Tuesday’s double shooting in McBee has been identified and will be charged with two counts of attempted murder and one count of use of a weapon during a violent crime.
The CCSO responded to a shooting incident Aug. 10 on Union Church Road in the McBee area of Chesterfield County. Deputies arrived on scene to find 22-year-old Lishard Bristol and 20-year-old Terry Peterson had been shot in the head.
Bristol and Peterson were airlifted to a trauma unit in Columbia because of their injuries.
During the course of the investigation, it was learned that 20-year-old Ryan Jackson was driving Bristol and Peterson, along with two juveniles, in his vehicle when Jackson stopped his vehicle in the vicinity of King Pond Road and Union Church Road.
An altercation occurred, resulting in the shooting.
Jackson fled the scene in his vehicle heading towards Highway 151 on King Pond Road. He disregarded the traffic sign at King Pond Road and Highway 151, colliding with another vehicle.
Jackson and a female from the other vehicle were transported to Carolina Pines Hospital in Hartsville for medical treatment of their injuries from the collision.
Jackson was later transferred to a trauma unit in Columbia for further medical treatment.
Ryan Jackson will be charged with two counts of attempted murder and one count of use of a weapon during a violent crime.
More information will be posted to Breaking News at details become available.
Read the full account in the Aug. 18 issue of The Link.