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S.C. Deputy Fires 11 Rounds Into Sedan

April 05, 2012  | 

A Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputy fired 11 rounds into a sedan driven by a suspect who was attempting to run him down on Monday, reports the Post and Courier.

Two of the shots from Deputy Shawn James struck the driver, Sheriff Al Cannon said at a Wednesday press conference. Sheriff Cannon showed the sedan with brightly colored strings showing each of the the bullet trajectories.


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Aghast @ 4/6/2012 11:24 AM

Why is this guy out of jail for attempted murder? WOW!

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