MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Three people were grazed by bullets in an shooting at a home off 10th Avenue in Myrtle Beach Thanksgiving night.
Police responded to the home on White Street just after 10 p.m. Thursday and spoke to a witness who lives at the house, according to the Myrtle Beach Police report. She said she was in the kitchen when she heard three to five gunshots in front of her house, and heard a vehicle speed by.
The woman's 19-year-old grandson was in the living room on a recliner, and initially told police he was uninjured. Police later found that he had been grazed by a bullet, and he said he did not initially tell police about the injury because he was scared. EMS arrived, but he refused further treatment.
Two other victims, both 23-year-old men who were in front of the home at the time of the shooting, were grazed by bullets, the report states. They were both taken to a nearby hospital.
Police found three shell casings outside the home, three bullet holes on the front door, and two bullets inside the home, the report states.