Judge Denies Bond For 16-Year-Old Charged In Rock Hill Double Homicide Case

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Authorities say Sam Robinson was denied bond during a hearing Friday morning in York County. 

Robinson is accused of killing two people found dead in a car in Rock Hill in February. He was recently extradited after being arrested in Charlotte.

Officials say he is being held at a juvenile justice center in Columbia, and not the Moss Justice Center in York.

Update (3/4/19):

Rock Hill Police say an arrest has been made in a double homicide that happened in February.

Sam Robinson has been charged with murder.  He was taken into custody in Charlotte on March 1st.  Police say Robinson is only 16-years-old but will be charged as an adult in the case.

Robinson is currently in the Mecklenburg County Jail awaiting an extradition hearing.

Original Story (2/26/19):

ROCK HILL, SC — Police say two people are dead after a shooting Tuesday afternoon in York County.

The Rock Hill Police Department has confirmed two people, identified as 20-year-old Zuinquarius McCrorey and 23-year-old Malik McCullough, both of Rock Hill, were found shot to death inside a car on S. Jones Avenue at Chestnut Street around 1:37pm.

Police say they were pronounced dead at the scene inside a Chevrolet Impala that struck a fence.

Police have not released anymore details on a possible motive or suspects.

We have a crew at the scene, and are working to gather more information.

Check back for updates.