CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Two men investigators say were involved in the shooting death of North Carolina woman in North Myrtle Beach last week are now in custody.
Amanda Renee Fisher, 29, was shot around 11 a.m. Saturday outside North Myrtle Beach K&W Cafeteria. Fisher is a former resident of Mount Holly.
Witnesses outside the cafeteria on Saturday reported hearing a gunshot then seeing a man pull a body from a white vehicle before he and another person fled in the vehicle, according to reports.
Police released the photos of two men, whose pictures were found on Fisher's cell phone. They were later identified as 20-year-old Nicolas Mciver and 29-year-old Terrell Freeman.
Mciver and Freeman were arrested in Charlotte Wednesday afternoon.
According to North Myrtle Beach spokesman Patrick Dowling, Freeman was picked up for having violated parole on another matter. When he traveled to North Carolina, he violated that parole.
Mciver was picked up for having burned Fisher's car and possessing a stolen motor vehicle, Dowling stated.
Both are being held in the Mecklenburg County jail, awaiting extradition to South Carolina on murder warrants.
According to the Charlotte Observer, Fisher was a key witness for the state in April in a 2012 Mecklenburg County killing.
In April, Fisher had begrudgingly testified in a murder trial. The defendant, and Fisher's boyfriend, Deonte Lanier, was on trial for first degree murder in the 2012 shooting death of Johnny Peay.
Fisher told the jury she didn't want to be in the witness chair. She had abruptly moved to Myrtle Beach after being subpoenaed to testify against her boyfriend. The trial judge arrested and jailed Fisher to ensure she showed up in court.