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Indian Land, SC teen charged with NC ‘Us’ film capturing

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A Lancaster County teen charged with capturing a person over a seat on the film ‘Us’ at Harmony Mills in North Carolina is anticipated to be extradited, police mentioned.

Bryant Gregory Eaves Jr., 18, of Indian Land, is charged within the capturing of William Eldon on Sunday, police mentioned.

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Eaves is charged with assault with a lethal weapon with intent to kill. Weldon was hospitalized after being shot within the leg. He was arrested by Lancaster County Sheriff’s Workplace deputies at his household house at about 6 p.m. Monday.

Eaves was transported to the Lancaster County Detention Middle and can seem earlier than a Justice of the Peace later right now to say if he’ll waive extradition to North Carolina, a sheriff’s workplace assertion mentioned.

Harmony police had launched video surveillance of the capturing that confirmed Eaves, police mentioned.

Weldon, an Military reservist, mentioned he walked into the theater along with his mom and noticed a person and lady in his assigned seats, in keeping with WSOC-TV, The Herald’s information associate. Weldon mentioned he confirmed the individuals in his seats his tickets.

Weldon mentioned he was ambushed afterward, and didn’t struggle or argue with Eaves.

“I seen him along with his again turned attain inside his pants, as a result of I seen his arm. He reached down, aimed the gun down, shot me within the leg, then took off operating,” Weldon instructed WSOC.

Harmony police confirmed in a information launch the capturing was over seating and the boys didn’t know one another. It was not thought-about an “energetic shooter scenario,” mentioned a police assertion.

“Us” packed theaters over the weekend, opening on the No. 1 spot with $70 million in field workplace receipts, in keeping with Field Workplace Mojo, as reported by The Charlotte Observer.

Charlotte Observer reporter Mark Worth contributed to this report.


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