Cops investigating 10 shots fired into N. Charleston home
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -
North Charleston police are investigating after a home was shot a number of times early Tuesday.
According to police spokesman Spencer Pryor, officers responded to 2123 Captain Avenue around 1:30 a.m. after receiving reports of a shooting.
Pryor said officers arrived to find 10 holes caused by bullets in the front of the residence. Bullet holes were found in windows and on the siding of the home.
One of the residents in the home told police one of the bullets went through the wall just above her head. She also told officers the incident "may have been a result of an earlier altercation with another person," according to Pryor.
A neighbor said the residents of the home had "just moved in."
"That's too close for comfort man, too close for me," said Tony Flynn, who lives right across the street from the bullet riddled home.