Two more Orangeburg homes have been damaged by gunfire.
Armstrong Terrace and Whittaker Parkway residents reported gunfire on Thursday morning.
Earlier this week, two Coleman Avenue residents were hit by gunfire after someone shot into their home. A Magnolia Street home was also hit with gunfire on Monday.
Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office Maj. Rene Williams said he’s not certain if the shootings are connected because the investigation is ongoing.
An Armstrong Terrace couple called law enforcement after hearing multiple gunshots at 12:33 a.m. Thursday.
The man and the woman went to the floor until the shooting stopped, an incident report states.
The man found multiple holes in their house and vehicle.
Neither he nor his wife were injured.
Deputies discovered 15 spent shell casings in the roadway in front of the residence.
Less than 20 minutes later, deputies received a call from a Whittaker Parkway resident who reported that she was in bed and sleeping when she heard loud gunshots.
Deputies found 15 shell casings in the roadway in front of her home. She had multiple bullet holes on the outside and inside of her home.
Several hours earlier, deputies responded to a call from a concerned citizen who heard gunfire on the 300 block of Jamison Avenue.
The concerned citizen said they saw a small compact car with one occupant who appeared to be shooting at 8:10 p.m. Wednesday.
Early Monday morning, someone shot into a Coleman Avenue residence.
A 40-year-old suffered a gunshot wound to the right side of his head and an 18-year-old was shot in the right side of his stomach.
Two others inside the residence weren’t injured.
The shooting occurred at 3:05 a.m.
None of the people in the home have any idea who would’ve shot at them, an incident report states.
Deputies recovered multiple shell casings on the roadway.
Three hours later, deputies responded to an alarm call signaling that glass had been broken at a residence.
No one was at the Magnolia Street home when the alarm sounded.
When deputies arrived, they discovered three broken glass panels at the right side of the residence and three entry and exit points for spent rounds at the screened back porch.
The home next door to the Magnolia Street residence also received damage from gunfire.