This past Saturday, September 1, a gunfight on Hilton Head Island lead to the inadvertent shooting of 8-year-old Khali Singleton. Now, less than a week later, that tragedy is spurring a movement that could bring change in the local community, or even to the Statehouse.
More than 100 people came out for a community remembrance service where Beaufort County Sheriff P.J. Tanner spoke saying that Singleton's death showed the need to clean up local streets and refine the state's laws.
I'll point you to Allison Stice's report at The Island Packet.
Meanwhile, three have been charged.