Chester County Authorities Looking for Murder Suspect

CHESTER, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – Authorities in Chester County are looking for 30 y/o Vangereil Miller (“Gerald”) who is wanted in connection with a deadly shooting that took place Sunday, March 6th on Powell Drive (off of James F Wherry Road and Harvey Neely Road) in Chester County.

According to the arrest warrants Miller shot the victim several times – one in the chest and also in the head at close range. The Chester County Coroner has identified the victim as 30 y/o Kevin Feaster of Chester.

Investigators say the motive for this deadly shooting originated from a previous dispute between Miller and Feaster back in May of 2020.

Detectives say Miller is currently out on bond charged related to that 2020 case.

Deputies say of the four people injured Sunday, two of them have been released from the hospital and two remain – one in stable condition and the other one in unstable condition.

Miller is described as 5-foot-10 and approximately 155lbs. Authorities say Miller is to be considered armed and dangerous. If you have information regarding the whereabouts of Miller, please call 911.

Statement released from Chester County Sheriff’s Office:

The Chester County Sheriff’s Office is continuing its search for Miller. As the Chester County Sheriff’s Office investigates leads, we are asking for community support in our investigation. If you have any information regarding Miller’s whereabouts, please call either 911 or our non-emergency number (803) 385-5433. He should be considered armed and dangerous.

At this time, the Chester County Sheriff’s Office believes the motive for this incident originated from a previous dispute between Miller and the deceased victim, Kevin Feaster in May of 2020.

Additionally, Miller is currently out on bond for the following charges:

  • Attempted Murder in February 2020
  • Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime in February 2020
  • Attempted Murder in May 2020
  • Malicious Injury to Property in May 2020
  • Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime in May 2020

Lastly, of the four victims that were hospitalized, two have been released from the hospital, and two remain in the hospital. Of the victims that remain in the hospital, one is in stable condition, and one is in unstable condition.

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