A South Carolina teenager was arrested after police say he killed two people during a shootout, according to Queen City News.
Rock Hill police say Ahmik Coleman killed two people after other teenagers shot into a vehicle he was a passenger in. He is charged as an adult on two counts of murder.
According to police, three men, OMarian Small, 16, of Lake Wylie, Coleman, 17, of Rock Hill, and an unidentified passenger were in a car when two other men, Kam'ran Brevard, 16, and Evanta Hart, 17, of Rock Hill, fired into the vehicle, Queen City News reports.
Small, the driver, was killed. Coleman returned fire and hit Brevard and Hart in the roadway. The backseat passenger ran away, according to Queen City News. Following the shooting, Coleman ran, but he immediately returned and shot Brevard and Hart, who were down in the roadway.
When police arrived, Brevard and Small were pronounced dead on scene. Hart was taken to a hospital, where he later died, Queen City News reports.
Coleman was taken to a hospital for treatment for a gunshot wound to his hand. Upon investigation, police charged Coleman with murder.
Autopsy and toxicology reports are pending, according to Queen City News.