Police investigating drive-by shooting in North Charleston

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - North Charleston police are investigating after the apparent targets of a drive-by shooting returned fire at their attackers Saturday afternoon.

Spencer Pryor, North Charleston police spokesman, said officers were called to Hackemann Avenue for gunshots heard shortly after 4 p.m.  They arrived to find several casings in the roadway of Hackemann Avenue near Beacon Street.

A witness told police a blue Cadillac was parked in front of a home at 1922 Hackemann Avenue.  Two males were inside the car and two males were in the yard, the witness said.

Following an argument a passenger stuck a gun out the window and started firing, according to the witness.

The males in the yard quickly went inside, and one came out and returned fire at the Cadillac as it sped away.'

According to a police report, about ten casings were found on the ground and two bullet holes were found in the side of 1917 Hackemann Avenue.

No one was injured in the shooting.

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