GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCSC) - Berkeley County sheriff's deputies were kept busy over the weekend, investigating three separate shootings in Goose Creek that left five people wounded.
Early Saturday morning one man was shot after a fight at Club Pluto on Redbank Road.
Investigators say several people were thrown out of the "teen party" at the club.
Deputies say one group left in a car and was followed by another vehicle.
Authorities say someone in the second car opened fire, hitting one man in the hip.
A second man was grazed by shrapnel, according to an incident report. The same man told deputies that he was also hit in the forehead with a large rock or brick before leaving in the vehicle.
Early Sunday morning, three men were shot and wounded outside the Nowhere Bar and Grill Lounge on Henry Brown Boulevard.
The victims were treated at a hospital.
According to deputies, that shooting also was sparked by an argument when two males asked to be served after last call.
The sheriff's office released surveillance video of the two men believed to be involved in the shooting.
Deputies say bullets were fired into a car at a Goose Creek apartment complex late Saturday night.
Investigators believe the shooting may have started after an argument outside an apartment.
Courtney Cook woke up to find five bullet holes in her car.
"Three bullet holes here and then there's two of the exits back here at my trunk," Cook said.
Her boyfriend heard the shots.
"And the next thing I know, pop, pop, pop and come outside and all is see is people just running all different types of directions," Mark Lagoa said.
"You got innocent people living here that has to deal with all this and we shouldn't have to," Cook said.
Sheriff's office spokesman Dan Moon said it is not believed the two nightclub shootings are related.
Moon said there were two different vehicles involved and two different guns.
According to an incident report, deputies found a bloody shirt at an apartment down the street from where Cook's car was hit, but no victim.
No arrests have been made in connection with the shootings. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.