A man whose leg absorbed two bullets Thursday night during a drive-by shooting in Hollywood didn't tell investigators much about who might have targeted him, the Charleston County Sheriff's Office said.
A witness also didn't tell deputies what home on Mauss Hill Road they were at when a black man in a Nissan drove up and opened fire, according to an incident report.
The area is south of Savannah Highway and east of Parkers Ferry Road.
Without that key information, sheriff's Maj. Eric Watson said Friday morning, detectives had identified no suspects in the shooting that wounded Antonio Raheem Mitchell, 22, of Daniel Frasier Lane.
The gunfire was not immediately reported.
After Mitchell was hit, a 19-year-old Adams Run woman drove him to Roper St. Francis Hospital, where the two met with deputies, the report stated.
There, Mitchell said the shooter's white Nissan sedan had tinted windows and 22-inch wheel rims, but he "claimed he did not know who the suspect was and could not provide any additional information," the document stated.
The woman also couldn't provide any clues, according to the report.
Mitchell has been arrested at least four times in Charleston County on charges including marijuana possession, second-degree burglary and unlawfully carrying a firearm.
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