Suspects Charged in Officer Shooting
Three arrested in North Charleston incident.
Three men faced a bond court hearing on Sunday on charges related to the shooting of a North Charleston Police officer.
Patrolman David Winslette was transported to MUSC and treated for a gun shot wound to his knee, according to ABC News 4. Winslette is a former Berkeley County Sheriff's Deputy. ABC News 4 reports:
According to police, the accused shooter identified as Timothy Darrell Johnson and two other men; Creiton Antonio Patterson and Dontreia Antwon Durant, all left the scene.
The men were apprehended later Saturday and were in bond court Sunday morning. According to the TV station,
Johnson is facing a number of charges including: the attempted murder of a police officer, possession of a stolen firearm, and resisting arrest. Patterson and Durant are both charged with accessory after the fact of the attempted murder of a police officer.
For more on the incident and bond hearing, read the ABC News 4 report.