Victim expected to survive injuries from shooting
According to a release by Captain Scott Coffer with the Union County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded Monday afternoon at around 5:04 p.m. to the South Hills Sports Complex for a report of shots fired. When they arrived, deputies found a white male with a gunshot wound. He was identified as 18-year-old Zachary Rogers of Union. Rogers briefly spoke to detectives and was able to give a few details into the incident before being airlifted to Spartanburg Regional for treatment. Rogers underwent surgery and is expected to survive.
Detectives interviewed witnesses and gathered evidence. Through the investigation, they developed two persons of interest. Several hours later, one of the suspects was located in Union and brought in for questioning. Throughout the interview, detectives were told information and were able to positively identify the second suspect.
18-year-old Patrick Greer Williams of Bruce O Wilson Road in Union was charged with accessory after the fact of a felony. The second suspect is 20-year-old Mickey Ahtitt Naphoxay, of Union. He is charged with attempted murder. Naphoxay has not yet been found. The sheriff’s office is asking the public to call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-CRIMESC if you have information on his whereabouts.
According to the arrest warrant for Patrick Williams, he assisted Naphoxay in eluding law enforcement and disposing of a firearm used in an attempted murder while at 387 Hawthorne Road in Union County.