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May 6, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- A 31-year-old woman was fatally shot in her car at a home in Jackson, South Carolina.

"A witness told deputies three black men shot at the woman's car when they pulled into the driveway of a residence. The three fled moments later in a black sedan," according to wrdw.com.

"One of the shooters is described as a black male with long dreadlocks while the other two suspects have short hair," the report said. 

The crime was reported May 4, 2020. 

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Aiken County officials are investigating a shooting that killed a woman in Jackson, S.C., on Monday.

Aiken County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Eric Abdullah said, around 4:39 p.m., a male individual called 911 asking for help because his friend had been shot at the intersection of Kathwood Road and Old Jackson Highway. When deputies arrived, they found Christina Cuteri, 31, of Aiken, S.C., in the driver seat of a vehicle with an apparent gunshot wound to her body. Aiken County Coroner Darryl Ables said she was pronounced dead at a home in the 1600 block of Old Jackson Highway.

Abdullah said the witness told deputies that three black males shot at their vehicle when they pulled in the driveway of 1626 Old Jackson Highway. The shooting suspects drove away in a black sedan right after the shots were fired. One of the shooters is described as a black male with long dreadlocks while the other two were reported to have short hair. Deputies are working to get more information on these shooting suspects.

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