Bond set at over $100k for man shot by deputy

Terrance Green (Source: Charleston Co. Detention Center)
Terrance Green (Source: Charleston Co. Detention Center)

WEST ASHLEY, SC (WCSC) - The man accused of trying to run over a deputy who shot him last Monday in West Ashley has been granted a bond of just over $100,000.

Charleston County Sheriff's Office detectives served arrest warrants for attempted murder to 21-year-old Terrance Green at MUSC last Friday. A bond hearing was subsequently held at the hospital and Green received a $100,000 surety bond.

He also received $445 and $2,105 bonds, respectively, for reckless driving and driving under suspension.

Green was shot multiple times on Apr. 2 after officials say he tried to run over a deputy during a traffic stop in the 1300-block of Ashley River Road. The deputy then fired 11 shots at Green's vehicle, shooting out several windows as Green fled down Playground Road.

According to an affidavit, the deputy saw a 2012 Chevy Sonic traveling on Highway 61 in a reckless manner, nearly striking several vehicles. The deputy then stopped the vehicle on 1322 Ashley River Road.

Authorities say when the deputy approached the vehicle, Green put his vehicle in reverse in an attempt to escape the deputy. According to the affidavit, the deputy drew his gun and began giving verbal commands to the driver to stop his vehicle. An incident report states that the driver placed the vehicle in drive and accelerated forward toward the deputy, nearly striking him.

Authorities say the deputy, fearing for his life, fired his gun and then got into his vehicle to chase the suspect.

Green and his vehicle were later located in the area of 1561 Juniper Street. Green was found in the backyard of a nearby home, suffering from his injuries. He was then taken to MUSC.

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