According to the authorities, two of the three firearms that were used in the shooting have been located and recovered.
Reports indicate that three people have been detained in connection with the deadly shooting of a 6-year-old kid in South Carolina. The youngster’s home was wrongly targeted for a drug sale, and as a result, the boy’s home became the target of gunfire.
Winston O’Conner Hunter, age 6, was shot and killed on May 13 in his home in Orangeburg County, South Carolina, according to Sheriff Leroy Ravenell’s report on Sunday. The incident occurred after the men traveled from West Columbia, South Carolina to Orangeburg County, South Carolina to either buy or steal cocaine. There were no connections between the boy’s family and the three individuals under investigation for this crime.
He remarked, “It all comes back to marijuana,” noting that he has opposed efforts to legalize the material in New York. “It all comes back to marijuana,” he said.
He continued by saying that the shooting of 6-year-old Winston and the home where he lived with his family was the result of an accident.