Multiple felony charges have been filed against a woman after she allegedly opened fire on a vehicle and struck two people Dec. 9.
Allegriana Johnson, 25, reportedly opened fire on a BMW driven by Tabitha Reaves at Swamp Fox Highway and Complex Street, seriously injuring Reaves. Reaves was critically injured in the shooting. Brett Godwin’s truck window was broken by a stray round and he was injured in the ear.
Her young daughter, Pravelle Jonte Bryant, and a passenger, Juwan Tyrell Washington, escaped injury. Washington drove Reaves to Loris McLeod Hospital.
Washington moved Reaves from the driver’s seat and fled the scene with the injured woman beside him, Tabor City Police Major Russell Conway said. Tabor City Police were questioning Godwin when Loris Police contacted TCPD about Reaves. Loris officers were attempting to perform a vehicle stop on Washington after he was seen driving at a high rate of speed toward the hospital.
Further investigation showed the shooting actually occurred outside the town limits of Tabor, so the case was turned over to the sheriff’s office.
Johnson was arrested Tuesday, according to jail reports. Her bond is set at $400,000. She is charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder, three counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, one count of assault inflicting injury, and one count of discharging a weapon into an occupied vehicle.
She gave addresses of 440 Lester Watts Rd., Tabor City and Tom Boy Court, Loris.