Man wounded in Aiken shooting

Sunday, May 17, 2009 5:36 PM
Last updated 10:23 PM
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A man was wounded this afternoon in a shooting at the H. Odell Weeks Activities Center in Aiken.

Antwon Reed, 18, of Aiken, was struck in the shoulder by a gunshot, according to a news release from Lt. David Turno of Aiken Public Safety. Mr. Reed was taken by ambulance to an area hospital, Lt. Turno said. His medical condition is unknown.

The shooting happened about 3:30 p.m. after a fight in one of the center's gymnasiums, Lt. Turno said.

No more information was available.

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humbleopinion
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humbleopinion 05/17/09 - 06:39 pm
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Over a BassaBall game no

Over a BassaBall game no doubt............

Ode
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Ode 05/17/09 - 06:51 pm
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Armed robberies everyday at

Armed robberies everyday at banks, hotels, drugstores, convenience stores, and now bs like this. Yep get those guns and ammo and a concealed weapon permit (to keep yourself out of jail when you have to put one of these thugs into the ground). The wild west days will be here before you know it. I'm prepared.

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FallingLeaves 05/17/09 - 06:56 pm
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"Another shooting, Odell

"Another shooting, Odell Weeks Activity Center...
Posted by baroness on Sun May 17, 2009 4:32 PM" on Rants and Raves. Thanks for checking it out.

asustudent75
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asustudent75 05/17/09 - 09:56 pm
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It is not safe to go anywhere

It is not safe to go anywhere these days.....batten down the hatches.

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