North Charleston Police looking for possible connection in 3 drive-by shootings

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - North Charleston Police are trying to determine whether three recent drive-by shootings that happened in three different neighborhoods are related.

Sunday morning, passengers in two cars had a shootout that started in the area of Lawrence Street and Constitution Avenue. Thirty-six-year-old Kedena Brown was fatally wounded after police say her car was mistaken for one of the cars involved in the incident.

Tuesday night, investigators say shots were fired from a car at a home on Crestline Drive.

Early Wednesday morning, officers say as many as 20 shots were fired in a drive-by on Suffolk Street. At least two homes were hit by gunfire. Frightened residents called 911.

"We just woke up. We woke up to a lot of gunshots. I don't know, maybe five or six. I know two went through my door," one caller told the operator.

Some residents told investigators they saw five teenagers run in the direction of Accabee Road after the shooting.

So far no arrests have been made in the Kedena Brown shooting.

On Tuesday, officers searched for evidence along I-26 near Ashley Phosphate Road.

We have not been told if anything was found.

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