ROCK HILL — A 54-year-old Rock Hill woman was in bed Tuesday evening when shots were fired into her Lige Street home, according to a Rock Hill police report.
The woman was sitting on the bed when "she heard a pop in her bedroom wall," the report states.
She called police, who found a small black coin purse covered with drywall. Investigators opened the purse and found the bullet inside.
A neighbor said he noticed a dark Honda Accord moving slowly along the road before someone fired three shots. The car then sped away toward Flint Hill Street.
This is the latest in a series of reports of gunfire erupting in Rock Hill neighborhoods.
Shots were fired into a 64-year-old Rock Hill woman's house and car on Walnut Street Monday evening, causing about $1,100 in damage. Officers found five bullet holes in side of the woman's house and a bullet also caused a flat tire on the woman's 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix, according to reports.
At about 12:15 a.m. Monday, officers were dispatched to the intersection of Fall Line Way and Vale Court after hearing reports of several shots fired in the area. Officers found nine 9mm casings in the middle of the road, and spoke with a witness who saw a red sedan and dark van drive away from the area where the shots came from, according to another report.