Several Rock Hill residents were surprised by gunshots in their front yards late Wednesday night, according to Rock Hill police reports.
One man told police he and his wife were sitting in the front room of their apartment on South Confederate Avenue around midnight Wednesday when they “heard a loud bang and a single bullet pierced the front window,” the police report says.
Officers found bullet holes in the window and in the computer desk in the room, the report says. The bullet was lodged in the wall, but no shell casings were found, the report says.
In an unrelated incident on Maple Street, another Rock Hill resident told police he was standing outside at about 10:45 p.m. when a man ran through his yard, the report says.
He said a gold car stopped in front of his house and several shots were fired from the car window.
Police recovered several bullet casings in the road and the front yard, the report says.
The man told officers the car drove off toward Ogden Road, the report says.
No one was reported injured in either incident, the reports say.
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