A Clover man faces multiple attempted murder charges after someone shot at a car containing a family - including a toddler.
Kevin Mourguette Allison, 24, of Clover was arrested Thursday night, Lt. Tanner Davis of the Clover Police Department said.
According to witnesses, a man confronted the victims in the Cloverbrook subdivision just north of Clover off Main Street just hours after his girlfriend got in a fight with one of the victims.
The victims then got in a car and drove away, which is when the man fired the gun at the car and then fled on foot, witnesses told police.
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No one was injured, Davis said, but a bullet did enter the back side of the car.
Officers set up a perimeter with help of the York County Sheriff's Office and stopped Allison on Generation Lane. He matched witnesses' descriptions of the suspect, Davis said.
The sheriff's office canine unit had tracked a man to the same area, where they found a jacket, mask and gun matching witnesses' descriptions.
Allison later admitted to owning the jacket and the mask, but not the gun, Davis said.
Police were told the fight started over a "perceived threat on Facebook," Davis said.
Allison is being held at the York County Detention Center.