Camiell Roberson (left) and Terrian Pulley (Laurens County Sheriff's Office)
LAURENS, SC (FOX Carolina) -
The Laurens County Sheriff's Office arrested a woman and is looking for a man in connection with a shooting that happened on April 1.
Moniqua Pulley said her cousin, Terrian Pulley, 21, of Laurens, fired shots at her and her family while about 14 children were around. She said she was hit multiple times on her legs and hand, causing her to lose a finger.
Camiell Roberson, 30, of Laurens, was arrested and charged with pointing and presenting a firearm, accessory before the fact and intimidation of a witness.
Pulley and Roberson were involved in an argument when they pulled out guns, according to deputies. Deputies said Pulley fired his gun, striking a woman in the legs three times, while Roberson did not fire her weapon.
The two suspects then fled on foot, where they were seen getting into a yellow Crown Victoria that was decorated with the M&M's logo, according to deputies.
Pulley is actively being sought by law enforcement. Pulley is wanted on six counts of attempted murder, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, intimidation of a witness, pointing and presenting a firearm and two general sessions bench warrants for armed robbery.
Moniqua Pulley hopes her cousin will turn himself in. She said she's always nervous he may shoot again.
"Justice needs to be served. I can't take this. I'm scared to go home and stuff! I want to go home. I want to be free!"
If anyone knows of Pulley's whereabouts please contact CRIMESTOPPERS at 864-68-CRIME 864-682-7463 or Laurens County Sheriff's Office at 864-984-4967.
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