CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Bond has been set at $350,000 for a 30-year-old West Ashley man charged in connection with a night club shooting that left four people injured over the weekend.
Stanley Greene has been charged with two counts of attempted murder, 2 counts of assault and battery first degree, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. Deputies say Greene was already booked at the Charleston County Detention Center on unrelated charges when these charges were added Thursday.
During a bond hearing on Friday, Greene told the judge "this is a big misunderstanding," and said "I party hard."
Deputies responded to Charlie O's Night Club, located at 4224 Dorchester Road, Sunday around 12:57 a.m. for reports of a shooting involving multiple victims. Witnesses told deputies some type of altercation happened inside the club that resulted in shots fired, striking multiple victims.
Witnesses say gunshots were also fired outside the club.
An affidavit released on Friday states the first victim was found inside the club suffering from a gunshot wound to the stomach. Forensics personnel stated they recovered spent casings both inside the business, where the victim was shot, and outside where Greene reportedly fired his gun.
Court records state that through police reports from the North Charleston Police Department, authorities established that there had been an ongoing feud between the victim and Greene.
Authorities say a minute say after Greene, who was dressed in all black, shot the victim inside the business, someone with the same description as Greene began to shoot in the direction of people fleeing the area. The affidavit states that during this time, someone in a Dodge Durango attempted to pick the shooter up.
According to investigators, witnesses reported that Greene either owns or had access to a Dodge Durango that was seen in the club's parking lot.
Officials say some of the victims drove themselves to the hospital while others were transported by emergency crews to MUSC. Injuries ranged from non-life threatening to serious, deputies say.
According to an incident report, two victims arrived at St. Francis Hospital with one suffering from two gunshot wounds to the stomach, and the other suffering from two gunshot wounds to the stomach and one to the arm. A third victim arrived at MUSC with a gunshot wound to the right arm.
Charleston County deputies say a fourth victim drove home with a gunshot wound to the leg. The victim was then transferred to MUSC by EMS.
Authorities say a motive for the shooting is unknown at this time.