Thursday, May 15, 2014
Shortly after midnight on May 10 police responded to a gas station off Redbank Road after shots were fired.
Goose Creek Police spoke with the clerk when she recognized two white males who came in to buy cigarettes. The clerk told them to leave the store because one of the males had previously shoplifted there, according to a GCPD incident report.
Another male witnessed the altercation and assisted the clerk.
A short time later both subjects left in a blue vehicle and drove toward the Naval Weapons Station.
A few moments later the vehicle drove back and fired three to four shots near the male witness. One shot struck a Chevy Trailblazer in the rear tailgate area. Another shot struck the fence directly behind where there male witness was standing.
Police spoke with two more witnesses, one of which owned the vehicle that was damaged.
Both witnesses confirmed the events that had occurred leading up to the shooting.
One of the witnesses said she saw the flash from the gun from the front passenger window as the vehicle drove by.
The investigation continues.
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