Bond issued for 17-year-old in Forest Acres officer-involved sho - wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina

Bond issued for 17-year-old in Forest Acres officer-involved shooting

Antwon Rafael Gallmon (Source: Richland County) Antwon Rafael Gallmon (Source: Richland County)
FOREST ACRES, SC (WIS) -

A 17-year-old accused of nearly running over a police officer late last week on Forest Drive received a $10,000 bond over the weekend. 

According to court records, Antwon Gallmon is charged with failure to stop for blue lights, possession of a stolen vehicle, two counts of unlawful possession of a pistol, simple possession of marijuana, possession of schedule I drugs, and driving without a license.

RELATED: See photos from the scene of the shooting.

According to reports, police received a phone call about loud music at the dead end of Brookwood Court. The officer went to the area and encountered a person inside a vehicle, which turned out to be Gallmon. At that point, police said, Gallmon climbed into the driver's seat and fled, nearly striking the officer with his car. 

Gallmon, police said, was pursued until he crashed near a credit union on Forest Drive. He suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to the hospital where a condition has not been released.

The officer was not injured.

Gallmon is expected to have his first appearance in court on June 27 at 9 a.m.

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