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Accused of shooting man several times

Johnny White

ORANGEBURG, SC (WIS) - Johnny White, 31, of Orangeburg, is wanted for shooting a man multiple times with the intent to kill him, right on the doorstep of the victim's house.

Amazingly, the man survived, but White is still on the run.

Mike Adams of the Orangeburg police says, "It was a pretty cold and calculating crime."

It was an argument that police say led to White pulling out a 9 millimeter and shooting Timothy Green in his arm and both legs. Adams calls it "nearly miraculous that he survived."

Police believe White is currently in Orangeburg, Vance, or Santee. They say you should consider him armed and dangerous.

"He's shown that he has no reluctance to use a weapon," says Adams, "no reluctance to take someone's life."

If you see White, police urge you to call authorities immediately.

Reported by Jordan Sandler

Posted by Chantelle Janelle

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