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      Men charged in North Myrtle Beach bar shooting

      Abel Dewayne Gause, 38, was shot in the arm but later arrested by police because he is wanted in North Carolina for obtaining goods under false pretense.

      North Myrtle Beach police charged Lorenzo Ricardo Samuels, 26, and Wayne Lloyd Duffus, 27, each with Attempted Murder for a shooting Friday morning outside Little John's Bar & Grill on 6th Avenue South in North Myrtle Beach.

      The two were standing next to Abel Dewayne Gause, 38, of Longs, who was in the driver's seat of his car.

      Police say on surveillance video from the bar, you can see Samuels and Duffus go to their cars and get guns.

      Samuels can be seen sticking his gun into the car through an open window and shooting a Gause, police say the video shows.

      As Samuels walked away, they say Duffus shot at the car.

      Police found Duffus still at the bar. Samuels left, but returned when police called him. Both were arrested.

      Gause was found in front of the Waffle House with a gunshot wound to his forearm.

      Gause gave emergency workers false information about his identity as an ambulance was taking him to the hospital, according to police.

      Police figured out his real identity and learned he was wanted in North Carolina for obtaining goods under false pretense.

      Gause was arrested at the hospital.