Keasen Freeman

Keasen Freeman 

An Aiken man has been charged for his involvement in a reported shooting at an area apartment complex in June. 

Keasen Raheem Freeman, 22, of Aiken was charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, according to jail records. 

On June 25, police responded to a shots fired call at Stoney Gallman Apartments on Barnwell Avenue NE in Aiken, according to an Aiken Department of Public Safety incident report. 

Witnesses at the scene reported seeing a black sedan with dark-tinted windows approach the area. 

A person on the rear passenger side of the vehicle presented a pistol and began firing, according to witnesses.

Police located numerous shell casings that had been fired from a pistol and rifle. 

"The pistol rounds were primarily located in the roadway and the rifle rounds were closer toward the apartment near the sidewalk, indicating that another individual was returning fire from that location at some point," the report reads. 

No injuries were reported in the shooting. 

Arrest warrants identify Freeman as the passenger of the sedan who fired several shots. 

Freeman was charged Tuesday and taken to the Aiken County detention center where he was being held as of Friday.  

Matthew Enfinger is the crime and courts reporter with the Aiken Standard. Subscribe here to support his content.