A Facebook page for "Shaquille YoungSavage Burton" had a status update from about an hour after the shooting.
"its a jungle out here its all about gettin your stripes either get respect out of people or put fear in them give them one of the two reasons on why they shouldnt f- - - with you," the post read. Two people "liked" it.
The incident didn't occur on mall property but Lisa McCracken, marketing director for Charleston Town Center, said the mall would cooperate fully with police in the investigation. She had no further comment.
Eggleton said police already looked at video surveillance from Panera Bread. He said no one was around when the shooting occurred and no other injuries were reported.
Officers blocked off Clendenin Street for nearly an hour while they looked for evidence at the scene and spoke to potential witnesses. There were additional officers at St. Francis Hospital watching over the vehicle until the tow truck arrived.
Summers initially tried to leave but was detained by police, officers at the hospital said.
Cooper said Bonner was not cooperating with detectives. The female passenger was only slightly more cooperative, he said.
"We're searching for anyone with information about the thugs who committed this crime," Cooper said.
Anyone with information can contact the Criminal Investigation Division at 304-348-6480 or dial 911.
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