Memorial Day shooting in South Carolina leaves one dead, five wounded

A shooting in Hollywood, 20 miles from Charleston, South Carolina, left one dead and five wounded during Memorial Day. At this time, no arrests have been made.

During a Memorial Day shooting in South Carolina, one person was killed and five were injured, according to Charleston County authorities.

The shooting occurred around 9:50 PM in Hollywood, a town 20 miles from Charleston, according to Charleston County Sheriff’s Office officials.

According to information from WCSC-TV, the shooting occurred near a nightclub.

At that time, law enforcement officials found six victims with gunshot wounds, according to the Associated Press.

Officials said one person was found dead inside a vehicle at the scene. The other five victims were taken to local hospitals. So far, their injuries are not considered serious or life-threatening, according to the Associated Press.

So far, the victims have not been identified, nor have any arrests been made. Authorities are trying to determine what led to the shooting.

The Sheriff’s office indicated, according to CBS, that two hours before the incident, a neighborhood party was reported, but no illegal activity was reported at the scene.

On May 11, another shooting took place in North Charleston, in which one person, identified as Richard A. Owen IV, was killed. On that occasion, the shooter was identified as 19-year-old Sean David Lavelle Jr.

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