Trump fans along an interstate (File photo from Facebook)

UPDATED STORY: CHARLOTTE DRUG DEALER ACCUSED OF FIRING GUN AT TRUMP SUPPORTERS ALONG FORT MILL BRIDGE, POLICE SAY (CLICK HERE FOR UPDATE)

Original Story:

A Fort Mill police dispatcher says there is no longer a danger after a shooter reportedly fired at Trump supporters waving flags on an Interstate 77 overpass.

According to local resident Angie Ervin Freeman, supporters of President Trump were waving flags at the I-77 Bridge by Love’s Truck Stop on Monday when someone opened fire. She said police were looking for a red 4 Door Car that got off Good Hill Road.

“Everyone is ok, lots of men women and children were present,” Freeman wrote on Facebook. “Just so happens a Highway patrolman had just crossed the bridge and heard the shots, he turned around and was on it. Got a few in cuffs right now.”

Police dispatchers referred questions to Maj. Bryan Zachary, who was not immediately available. But a woman answering phones at the Fort Mill Police Department said the public was not in danger.

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Greg Rickabaugh

Greg "Ricky Bobby" Rickabaugh has lived in the Fort Mill and York County community since 2006. He has covered the area while a reporter for The Charlotte Observer and a freelance writer for The Fort Mill...