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Police: Woman Shot During Domestic Dispute In Spartanburg

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Spartanburg Public Safety officers are investigating a shooting that happened late Saturday morning.

According to a report obtained from Public Safety, officers were dispatched to the area around James Anderson Lane and Cheetum Lane just before noon Saturday after receiving a report of shots being fired in the area. As they responded, they received a report that a woman had arrived at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center suffering from a gunshot wound to the shoulder.

When the officers arrived at the hospital, a security guard informed them that the victim, 20-year-old Micala Reid, of Spartanburg, was dropped off by a friend. The officers spoke with the victim's friend who, according to the report, stated that she had picked up Reid and took her to Reid's home on Baltimore Street. When they arrived at the home, the witness stated that the door looked like it had been kicked in.

The report states that witness stated that Reid went outside and spoke with a man named "Hector" and overheard him ask her, "Where the (expletive) were you at last night?" The witness stated that she heard a gun go off and a man, believed to be "Hector" run out the door and Reid yelling that she had been shot.

Reid was bleeding from the left side of her body and was transported to the hospital. Her mother was notified and investigators subsequently learned that a man named "Hector Gonzalez," who Reid was believed to have been dating at the time, had been waving a gun in her face and then shot her.

The incident remains under investigation. Reid's injuries were not believed to be life threatening. 

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