A violent weekend in Spartanburg County has left more questions than answers.
Four people were wounded in three separate shootings in both the city and surrounding area.
Law enforcement are working overtime to solve the cases.
Deputies are investigating a double shooting at Club 295 on Southport Road, as well as a seperate shooting at Lee’s Crossing Apartments on Powell Mill Road.
Club 295 closed following the shootings there early Sunday morning.
James Estep works for the property owner and says the lease is null and void if any illegal activity occurs on the property.
“…After the other night, it was time to do something about it. We decided to change locks and shut this all down,” Estep said Monday.
The property owner, who did not want to go on camera, reached out to activist Jack Logan because of his reputation of speaking out against gun violence.
“Anytime there’s any type of violence or friction, they have the right to shut it down without a court order because that’s the way the lease reads,” Logan said.
Deputies also responded to a shooting at Lee’s Crossing apartments on Powell Mill Road. Deputies say the victim in that case is not cooperating with investigators.
Spartanburg Police Department is investigating another shooting that sent a man to the hospital early Sunday morning.
A police report says officers found a victim with three gunshot wounds lying in the 100 block of Norris Street.
No arrests or suspects have been announced in any of the shootings.