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Woman charged with attempted murder after Seneca shooting

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LaToya Emry (Source: OCSO) LaToya Emry (Source: OCSO)
SENECA, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Seneca Police said a woman faces multiple charges after an argument at a bar led to a shooting early Saturday morning.

Police said the shooting happened around 2 a.m. at a Marathon gas station on the 123 Bypass.

Police said they met with the victims, two women, who stated that LaToya Emry, 32, had fired shots at a car.

The victims said the incident stemmed from argument with Emry at Mullen’s Bar..

According to police incident reports, Emry arrived in her car and then approached a Ford Escape that one victim was sitting in, tapped on the windshield with a black handgun. The victim them put the vehicle in reverse and told police Emry started firing.

One of the women was outside the vehicle when the shots were fired and ran from the gunfire, reports state.

When police caught up with Emry, investigators said she told them she “blacked out” during the incident and did not remember what happened at the gas station.

Police said they found six .380 caliber shell casings in the parking lot.

Emry was arrested and charged with attempted murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, discharging a firearm  into a vehicle, and malicious injury to personal property.

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