Crime

August 19, 2014

32-year-old Sumter man surrenders, sought after shots fired into Sumter apartment

32-year-old Terrance Deangelo Haynesworth of Sumter turned himself in to Sumter Police Tuesday night. He was sought by authorities after gun shots were fired into an occupied apartment on Sampson Street Monday night.

32-year-old Terrance Deangelo Haynesworth of Sumter turned himself in to Sumter Police Tuesday night. He was sought by authorities after gun shots were fired into an occupied apartment on Sampson Street Monday night.

Haynesworth allegedly got into an argument with one of the residents shortly before 7:30 pm. before shooting at least twice into the apartment and then running off, Sumter police said in a news release. The subject of the argument was not indicated.

Although no one was injured, Haynesworth is wanted for “discharging a firearm into a dwelling.”

Haynesworth was being held at the Sumter-Lee Regional Detention Center pending a bond hearing, the police department said in a news release.

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