South Carolina deputy fatally shoots man:
A police call that began with a complaint about a possible poisoning ended with a sheriff ’s deputy fatally shooting a man in South Carolina early Sunday, authorities said. A statement from the Greenville County Sheriff ’s Office said a man called 911 about 1:30 a.m. saying he was being poisoned. Deputies arriving at a home heard a man inside claiming to have a gun and then a gunshot. A man came outside and began shooting and pointing the gun at officers, the statement said. At least one deputy returned fire, killing a man identified by the coroner as Willie Jermaine Robinson, 34, of Greenville. Deputies later found a woman inside the house who had been shot by the man, authorities said. Her injuries were not considered life-threatening. A department spokesman told the Greenville News that “several deputies” have been placed on administrative leave.