Four people were hospitalized after they said they were shot at while leaving a North Charleston bar early Friday, according to police.
Police discovered a shooting had taken place after two people showed up at Medical University Hospital's emergency room.
Kadeem Shavod Felder, 23, and Charmus Clarence Bennett, 34, told police they were in a car with two others leaving the Honey Bees bar on Rivers Avenue and approaching Morningside Drive when a car pulled up to the driver's side of their vehicle, police said.
The pair told investigators someone inside that vehicle started shooting at their car, police said.
At around 2 a.m., Felder and Bennett showed up at the hospital. One of the men had a wound on the back of his head and a swollen eye. The other man had a gunshot wound to his left shoulder and cheek, according to an incident report.
Both men told police there were two others in the car that had been injured, but they weren't sure of their location, according to authorities.
Police later located the two other injured individuals, Gerald Gardner Jr., 35, and 32-year-old Rayshaun Michael Deas, an incident report stated.
One of the men suffered a wound to his left shoulder and the top of his head, police said.
The other man had a gunshot wound to his left hand, according to police.
During the investigation, police found 15 shell casings in the roadway near Rivers and Morningside Drive.
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