A teenager is in jail after police said he tried to rob a man sitting in his car on a North Charleston street.
Terrence Kendall McNeil Jr., 17, of Bexley Street in North Charleston was arrested Wednesday night and charged with attempted robbery, attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
Herbert Louis Frasier III, 20, of Leeds Avenue told police two armed men attempted to rob him while he was sitting in his car on Gordon Street about 3:20 p.m. Sunday. Shots were fired, and Frasier was hit in his left wrist, according to an incident report.
Frasier told police he fired back at the men as they ran away.
McNeil showed up at Medical University Hospital with a gunshot wound to his neck and face area after the shooting, according to the report.
He was arrested Wednesday night at St. Charles Place Apartments, North Charleston Police spokesman Spencer Pryor said.
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