YORK -- A 17-year-old Rock Hill teen was jailed Wednesday after officials said he fired a handgun into a house, resulting in one man being grazed by bullet.
Jamie Tyler Penland of 854 W. Rambo Road faces three counts of assault and battery with intent to kill as well as discharging a firearm into a dwelling and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, according to police reports and Capt. Jerry Hoffman of the York County Sheriff's Office.
Officers responded around 10 p.m. Saturday to a shooting at 313 Yesebehena Circle in Rock Hill, where witnesses told police a dark-colored sport utility vehicle drove by the house and shots were fired from the SUV window.
According to a police report, witnesses ran and ducked on the porch. One round grazed a 20-year-old Rock Hill man, leaving him with a red mark on his back.
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Authorities found multiple bullet holes in the residence, including one in a window and others in the front door frame and deck. Five shell casings were scattered in the road in front of the house, and three rounds were removed from the residence, the report stated.
Officials later recovered a 9mm handgun from a nightstand drawer by Penland's bed, the report states.
Penland attended Northwestern High School, but he withdrew in 2006, school district spokeswoman Elaine Baker said.
A judge set Penland's bond at $90,000. He remained in custody Wednesday at the York Detention Center.