UPDATE 1/24/14 @ 8:30 a.m.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A man from South Charleston faces jail time after police say he fired a gun near a drug store.
The shots rang out about 7 p.m. Thursday at the Rite Aid in the 3300 block of MacCorkle Avenue.
Police say Brett Reynolds, 38, walked into the Rite Aid with his girlfriend and got into a fight with Lamar Mosley.
According to the criminal complaint, Mosley says when he walked outside the store, Reynolds started swinging at him and the two started to fight. Antonio Braggs tried to stop the fight, but Reynolds then swung at him, according to the complaint.
At some point during the fight, Reynolds went to his car and grabbed a handgun and fired approximately three rounds in the direction of Mosley and Braggs, police say. No one was hurt.
Reynolds was charged with two counts of wanton endangerment. If convicted, he faces one to five years in prison on each charge.
They rang out around 7 o'clock at the Rite Aid in the 3300 Block of MacCorkle Avenue Southwest.
Police tell WSAZ.com shots were fired through the windshield of a car. No one was injured.
SCPD have people detained but right now.
There is no word on any arrests or a motive in the case.
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