Terrance Christopher Dekquan Abrams, 19, of 2521 Upper Lane in Newberry turned himself in on Friday, June 1 on outstanding charges.

Abrams was charged with three counts of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. He appeared before a judge and was denied bond.

Police Chief Roy McClurkin said that on May 11, the victim came to the police department to report that he was on Poplar Street sitting in his car with his girlfriend and small child when two black males approached the car. The victim said that one of the males was armed with a handgun and demanded that he get out of the car. The victim said he refused and as he drove off, the subject fired a shot at the vehicle. No one inside the vehicle was struck.

“This was an isolated incident and the public can trust that we will prosecute people who commit these types of crimes to the full extent of the law,” McClurkin said.