Woman injured when bullets flew into her home in Rock Hill

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A mother in Rock Hill is injured and tense after someone fired more than 30 shots at her home Tuesday morning.

The victim says one of those bullets came dangerously close to her and her three children, and now Rock Hill detectives are working to solve the case.

Police say someone drove past the house around 5 a.m. on Tuesday and fired shots. Channel 9’s Tina Terry went to the house and found bullet holes through several windows. Some of those bullets entered a living room and bedroom where they had been sleeping. The mother showed where broken glass ended up in her arm.

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“It’s really dangerous, this place,” said a neighbor, Luisa Chi. She says she is tired of the recent shootings in the area in recent weeks.

We contacted the Rock Hill Police Department and they told us that officers were still shooting a block away on Rich Street earlier this month. No arrests have been made in that shooting.

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Police had no motive for Tuesday morning’s shooting. We asked if these incidents could be linked.

“That other shooting incident, it was an isolated incident,” said Taylor Tucker of the Rock Hill Police Department. “It’s unknown if these two are linked, but it’s still under investigation.”

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The mother is concerned about the shooting but said she is thankful her children were not hurt.

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Neighbors say they hope for an arrest that will make the community feel safer.

“I feel insecure in this place. I’ve just lived here for two years, but I hear news about things happening here,” Chi said.

If you have any information regarding the shooting, you are urged to call the Rock Hill Police Department at 803-329-7200.

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