Police: Man shot in buttocks near Rock Hill club

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comApril 8, 2013 

— A Rock Hill man says he was shot in the buttocks early Sunday while trying to break up a fight near a private social club on East Main Street, police say.

Police, responding to calls about a shooting victim at the Pub Club, intercepted a speeding car that carried Larry Donnell Brevard, 24, and two others, who said they were taking the injured Brevard to the hospital, according to a Rock Hill Police report.

While at the hospital, Brevard told police he tried to stop a fight between several men in front of the club when someone shot him in the backside, the report states. He fled to his car and two women, both 21, agreed to take him to Piedmont Medical Center.

Officers canvassed the area around the club and spoke with the club’s bouncer, who said several men arrived at the club with alcohol in hand, the report states. Because outside liquor is not allowed in the club, he wouldn’t let them come inside.

The group walked away, he said, and became “disorderly,” the report states. Minutes later, someone fired a gun. Officers found a plastic cup in a nearby field, along with a wallet belonging to one of Brevard’s friends, but could not find shell casings or signs that shots had been fired.

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