Police: Game of beer pong leads to shootout in Summerville

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) - Editor's Note: In an earlier version of this story, Live 5 included a picture of a home based on an address provided by police.  That address was incorrect and is not the location where the shootout happened.  We have removed the image and are happy to clarify the story.  

Summerville Police say a game of beer pong led to a shootout early Saturday morning.

The shootout happened near the intersection of Alwyn Boulevard and Miles Road in the Summerville Place subdivision just before 3:30 a.m., according to Capt. Cassandra Williams.

Williams says a man was playing beer pong with a group of women when he apparently dared one of them to kiss him and to show him her breasts.

According to Williams, someone chased the man in his car as he was leaving the residence in his car and fired shots at him.

Williams says the other man fired back.

A neighbor heard the gunfire.

"I just woke up. I heard bap, bap, bap and that was it," Ed Williams said.

"This is real shocking. We've seen some normal traffic tickets, people racing up and down Alwyn Boulevard but nothing like this. This is a quiet neighborhood, this type of thing doesn't happen," said Ed Troneck who lives in the neighborhood.

Capt. Williams says neither man was hurt.

She says no one has been arrested and the investigation is ongoing.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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