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1 Killed in North Charleston Shooting

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) - The North Charleston Police Department is investigating its fifth fatal shooting since Saturday.

Early Wednesday, one person died after a shooting on Van Buren Avenue.

The shooting happened just before 4 a.m.   According to police spokesman Spencer Pryor, officers found a male victim suffering from gunshot wounds.  He died a short time later.

Police did not make any immediate arrests.

The latest shooting happened just hours after North Charleston's annual National Night Out gathering, which is designed to enhance the relationship between police officers and residents.

"We need the help of the community, and this is what that is about - building those relationships," said Mayor Keith Summey.

Four people were killed in a series of shootings in North Charleston over the weekend.

North Charleston Police Chief Reggie Burgess has repeatedly marched through the streets calling for an end to the violence.

Residents will have a chance to express their concerns Wednesday during a 'Coffee with a Cop' event at the McDonald's located at 5950 Rivers Ave.

According to a news release, adults will receive a free small coffee and children will receive a free cone or cookie from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

North Charleston police officers will be there to answer questions. 

 


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