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Murder charges against 2 in Marion County drive-by

Two Columbia men are behind bars charged with a drive-by shooting that resulted in the death of one man and the wounding of another.

Authorities say 26-year-old Antonio Lewis of Columbia was fatally wounded Tuesday afternoon when shots were fired into a house on Highway 13 south of Columbia.  Another person inside the house was hit multiple times in the lower extremities. 

Authorities have charged 25-year-old Robin Mac Lee  and 27-year-old Amos Newsome, both of Columbia, with murder. 

Authorities say Lee and Newsome fired into two separate homes, although one was unoccupied at the time.    

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