Bad blood between high school football teams may have led to a drive-by shooting in Rock Hill Thursday night.
No one was reported to have been hurt. Rock Hill police said officers responded to a report of about four shots fired on Hagins Street around 10 p.m. Thursday.
The victim told officers he was “walking off his front steps to greet friends that had just pulled up when the shooting began,” according to a Rock Hill Police Department report.
The victim told police a newer, dark-colored Honda pulled up to the house and about four shots were fired out of the driver’s side window, the report says.
The victim told police there has been “bad blood” between him and another man for about a year — ever since “last summer when they played football against each other for rival high school teams,” the report says. The report does not name the teams.
The two men have been “trash talking back and forth recently,” the victim told officers, and the man called the victim Wednesday night and said he was going to “pull up to his house” Thursday, the report says.
The victim’s mother told officers that her other son was shot at about three weeks ago.
The victim’s friends told police they were sitting in a car nearby and that they saw a navy blue Honda speed away from the house, the report says.
Officers found three shell casings in the street, the report says. The investigation is still open.