Police in Rock Hill charged a teen with attempted murder in connection with an incident where possible victims included a 3-year-old child.
D’Nique Armon Gregory, 18, is being held without bond at the York County jail on three counts of attempted murder, discharging a firearm into a vehicle, and two other weapons charges, police and jail records show.
No injuries from the shots were reported to police.
The shooting incident happened around 4:30 p.m. Friday outside a barber shop on Crawford Road. A witness told police a man was seen firing shots from outside the building, a police report shows.
Officers interviewed the woman driver who reported at least five bullet holes in her 2006 Honda. The woman told officers she, another person, and a 3-year-old child were in the vehicle when the shots were fired.
The woman identified Gregory and after an investigation police obtained the attempted murder and other arrest warrants, records show.
Gregory had been sentenced in February to time served and probation for two 2016 felony drug convictions, court records show. Gregory also had pleaded guilty to drug charges in November.
Gregory was found Monday morning by Rock Hill Police Department officers on Carroll Street in Rock Hill, said Mark Bollinger spokesman for the department. However, Gregory ran from officers on foot before he was caught, police said. Gregory also dropped a .38 caliber Ruger handgun while fleeing, but the gun was recovered by officers and taken into evidence.
Officers arrested Gregory in connection with the shooting incident and resisting arrest.