Charleston Shooting Today, Off-campus gunshot, suspect at large, CofC Says
Charleston Shooting Today – Students at the College of Charleston (CofC) were issued a warning on Wednesday that advised them to remain vigilant in the middle of an ongoing investigation into a gunshot that took place off campus. The warning was issued as part of the investigation into the shooting that took place off campus. The Charleston Police Department is the one in charge of leading the investigation at this point.
In the statement that was released by the College of Charleston, it was stated that the incident was said to have taken place at approximately 5:30 o’clock in the evening close to the intersection of Beaufain and Wilson Streets. This information comes from the statement that was issued by the College of Charleston. The statement that was released to the public included the provision of this information.
The notification states that the victim was supposedly out for a walk when they were struck by a bullet to the leg. The victim was subsequently taken to the hospital. The police have kindly provided us with this information. The suspect was the one who really pulled the trigger and shot the victim.
When the offense was done, the offender very certainly did so while seated inside a gray Honda Accord. This is the most likely scenario. This is the scenario with the highest probability. News 2 has made an effort to get in touch with the Charleston Police Department in the hopes of acquiring any further information that may be available to the public.