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Man shot, killed at nightclub in Berkeley County

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According to the Berkeley County Coroner, at 4 a.m. Sunday, 20-year-old Herman Manigault III of Wando, was shot at a nightclub in the Cainhoy community of Berkeley County.  
 
Dan Moon with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office said, "When deputies arrived they found a severely injured man in the parking lot of a club."
 
The club is called "A Place in The Woods" at 1020 Hamlin Corner Rd.  
 
Manigault was transported to a Mount Pleasant Hospital and died about an hour later.
 
An autopsy is scheduled and investigators are waiting for the results to determine the exact cause of death.
 
The investigation will continue through the Berkeley County Coroner's Office and the Berkeley County Sheriff Office.
 
The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is following up on leads and is asking that anyone who was at the club at the time of the incident or has information on the shooting to please contact the Sheriff's Office at 843-719-4424 or call Crimestoppers at 843-554-1111 and remain anonymous.
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