2 teenagers shot on Beatties Ford road
Two teenage girls were sent to the hospital with gunshot wounds Saturday when they got into an altercation with two other females, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said.
Shortly after 4 p.m., police responded to a shooting at Beatties Ford and Dr. Webber roads.
Police said Devonna Laricia Moses, 36, and Myetta Harris, 16, used the same gun to shoot a 14-year-old and 16-year-old in their lower extremities.
They had a disagreement, Lt. Todd Garrett said. Theyre still investigating that part of it.
The victims suffered non-life threatening injuries, he added.
Moses was charged with discharging a firearm within city limits and Harris was charged with assault. Elisabeth Arriero
Saturday collision death identified
LAKE WYLIE The 77-year-old man who died in a traffic accident Saturday is David Asplund of the River Hills gated community in Lake Wylie, York County Coroner Sabrina Gast said Sunday.
The Highway Patrol said Asplund, who wasnt wearing a seat belt, collided with a 16-year-old girl in his 2004 Cadillac at Heritage Drive and Honeysuckle Woods. The girl was driving a 1999 Ford Expedition.
The collision happened inside River Hills, where Asplund was pronounced dead sometime after 3:15 p.m., Gast said.
The teenager was taken to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte. Her condition was unknown. The (Rock Hill) Herald.
Machete-wielding man shot and killed by sheriffs deputy
ZEBULON Authorities said a Johnston County sheriffs deputy shot and killed a man who ran toward him with a machete.
The officer was sent to a home south of Zebulon about 1:30 a.m. Saturday to break up a fight between two men, investigators said. When the deputy arrived, authorities said, one of the men ran at him with the large knife. The officer shot him, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The names of the deputy and the person killed havent been released. The deputy has been placed on administrative leave while the State Bureau of Investigation looks into the shooting. Associated Press
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