Ladson Dmv shooting today, active shooter now, What happened?
Very active scene here in Ladson. A shooting has occurred near the @SC_DMV location off of Wimberley Rd. The DMV location has been closed off. More updates later on @ABCNews4#breaking #CHSNews pic.twitter.com/pboA8pxELd
— Andrew Tran (@AndrewTranTV) September 6, 2022
HAPPENING NOW! Police agencies from SCHP, North Charleston PD, Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office are on scene of a reported shooting at the LadsonDMV. Police have a perimeter set up that stretches to I-26. A helicopter is hovering overhead, too.
The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is asking people to avoid the Ladson DMV area where the shooting was reported.
The congressman said dispatchers had just received a call at 1:30 p.m. to report a shooting at the LMV on Wimberley Avenue.
Cpl. Carli Drayton said it was still a very active scene.
“Motorists are being asked to stay out of the area while lawmakers deal with crime scenes,” she said.
Investigators say two teenage girls planned a shooting at an Arizona high school and even made lists of those they intended to kill.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office said two Kingman High School students, a 14-year-old and a 15-year-old, planned the shooting. Members of Congress learned of the conspiracy on August 31.
Detectives identified the two girls as suspects on September 1, and they were immediately suspended pending further investigation, KVVU reported.
According to investigators, the two girls had problems with their relationship and said they had been bullied by other students with “intent to hurt each other”.
Police said 14 students were on their list of people they wanted to shoot.
“While the manner is not specific, the intent is,” the sheriff’s office said in a release.
Parents of students on the list were immediately notified of the threat, officials said.
The two girls were arrested and charged with terrorist threats and taken to the Mohave County Juvenile Detention Center. The sheriff’s department said it had “zero tolerance” for threats to disrupt educational institutions, students and staff.