Three in custody after shooting near Winthrop University

Three in custody after shooting new Winthrop University

ROCK HILL, N.C. (WBTV) - Rock Hill police are investigating a shooting near Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C. that took place Friday evening.

The shooting took place at a home off Lancaster Avenue. Police say an officer in an unmarked car saw suspects in silver Impala shoot into the home. The officer called for others to respond to the area and when they arrived, the vehicle drove off.

A pursuit ensued and ended after the driver ran a red light at Eden Terrace and hit another car.

There was no active shooter situation on campus, and no lockdown was put in place.

The university did, however, send out an alert for the suspects.

Officers arrested two people after the search. A K9 search was then started for a third suspect, and they were found later.

According to police, all suspects are now in custody.

Anthony Byrone Burris Jr. has been charged with discharging a firearm into a dwelling, unlawful carrying of a handgun, criminal conspiracy, contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Thalian Scott Jackson was charged with the same crimes as well as failure to stop for blue lights.

A 16-year-old also faced the same charges as Burris.

There were no injuries in the shooting, and the passengers of the car the Impala hit were taken to an area hospital out of precaution.

No other details were released.

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