Rock Hill shooting
ROCK HILL, South Carolina – Three men were killed and a fourth wounded late Tuesday night in a series of shootings in Rock Hill, South Carolina, police said.
Three people killed, another hurt in Rock Hill shooting, police say
Three people were killed and another person was injured in the Rock Hill shooting, according to the Rock Hill Police Department.
Police said they received several calls of gunshots after 10 p.m. Tuesday and responded to block 800 of Guest Road near South Cherry Road.
Lt. Michael Chavis of Rock Hill Police said in a statement that the victims were found after 10 p.m. on Guest Road, a residential street south of the intersection of South Cherry Road and West Main Street.
Later Wednesday morning, Chaves told The Herald that the shootings are not believed to have been indiscriminate violence and that the public is not in danger at this point.
As of 7 a.m., Chaves said, police investigators were investigating but no charges had been brought.
Chaves said two victims were found on the street.
He said one of the men died at the scene and the other later died at Piedmont Medical Center.
He said a third victim was found dead in a parked car.
A fourth man was shot in the arm and taken to hospital for treatment.
A large police presence remained in the area on Wednesday morning.
Coroner’s office in York County has yet to identify the victims.
No other information has been released, including whether there have been any arrests or the police have identified any suspects.