Jarvis Hayes, 31, dies 5 days later after being shot by police over Labor Day weekend on September 3, 2017. The shooting took place in the parking lot of the Mystic Sea Motel. Myrtle Beach police officers had received complaints of a reckless driver in the area. Video reviewed by agents shows Hayes driving recklessly down Ocean Boulevard from the Sea Mist Hotel to the Mystic Sea Motel. When officers tried to conduct a traffic stop he drove into the Mystic Sea Motel parking lot. The report states there was only a single entrance and exit to that parking lot. Hayes tried turning his car around when responding officers tried to make contact with him. Officers gave commands to Hayes to put his car in park, he verbally acknowledged the commands and stated, 'he was going to stop but it was ok because he was a cop' Hayes did not stop his vehicle. The newly released video, obtained from SLED after a Freedom of Information Act request, shows Hayes accelerate towards the officers, an officer appears to be hit with his car, that's when police opened fire. The officer states in the report that: "Because he [Myrtle Beach officer] feared Hayes would use his vehicle as a weapon against him and/or other officers, the officer drew his weapon. He saw Hayes accelerate his vehicle and appear to strike Cpl. BeLue (a Myrtle Beach officer). He [Myrtle Beach officer] discharged his firearm at Hayes, firing until he believed he was out of ammunition. He reloaded and saw that Hayes was no longer a threat to him or other officers. He then holstered his firearm." The Myrtle Beach officer who was struck was pinned between Hayes' car and a patrol car, that officer suffered minor injuries, including bruises on his lower leg. The SLED report on the officer-involved shooting states that evidence shows the two Myrtle Beach police officers who shot Hayes acted in self defense and 15th Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson stated that no criminal charges would be filed against the officers involved. According to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, following a state investigation, Richardson said in a report that, "There is no evidence of chargeable criminal wrongdoing on behalf of the above named officers in this tragic loss of life".