SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) - On Live 5 News' Facebook page, many are posting prayers for the Harrison family. But there's also a lot of anger at what happened, mostly people are shocked.
"Horrified me," Mallory Antos, of Summerville, said Friday. "I was shocked," Paul Migliario, of Hanahan, added. "It's kind of scary," Lind Jordan, of Summerville, said.
Similar reactions shared Friday following the fatal shooting of Lynn Harrison, 57.
Traffic moved freely at the spot where Harrison died Thursday, but the shock of her death still on the minds of many.
"We're really shocked," Paula Sain, who lives near the scene, said. "We've never heard of anything happening so close to us. Especially something so tragic."
"It can happen anywhere, at any time, any moment," Billie Guyton, of Summerville, said. "Not even having your guard up can protect yourself."
Linda Jordan had planned on being near Sawmill Village off Bacons Bridge Road around the time Harrison was killed, but decided to change her plans. She says it could have been her.
"I really don't feel safe with those kind of people driving around," Jordan said.
Now those in the area are reaching out to the family. Harrison's coworkers delivered gifts today to offer their condolences.
"My heart goes out to them," Migliario said. "It's a tragedy. It's scary, and God be with them."
"[I'm] heartbroken for the family," Guyton said. "Very, very saddened for them. I don't know them, but just, you know, sending out heartfelt [condolences]."
Bond for both of Redman's charges was denied today. He was also arrested twice last month in Texas. Online records show a charge of D-W-I and two charges of public intoxication. 911 calls also released today.