A North Carolina man is under arrest and charged with attempted murder and murder for shooting up a police station after killing his mother and grandmother, according to authorities.
On June 14, William Coleman Scott, 26, allegedly shot at least a dozen times at the Winston-Salem police substation. Scott then led authorities on a four-mile chase through the city, exchanging gunfire with officers at a local park, WXII reported.
Scott was shot and hospitalized in stable condition. In that incident, he was charged with attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer.
After police booked Scott into the Forsyth County Jail, law enforcement officials announced he was also being charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of his 84-year-old grandmother, Glenda Snow Corriher, in Winston-Salem.
Scott has also been charged with murdering his mother, Kimberly Scott, 62, after she was found fatally shot in her Clemmons home.
He is being held without bond.
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