A man suspected of opening fire at a South County vape shop has been charged with two felonies, police said Wednesday.
Chance Cramer, 22, of Lindenwood Park was arrested Tuesday in the parking lot of the Concord Plaza Shopping Center and was charged Wednesday for one count of first degree assault and one count of armed criminal action. He was held on $100,000 bond
As the investigation has progressed, it appears as if a disturbance began in the MoVape store, located at 119 Concord Plaza. That disturbance spilled out into the parking lot of the plaza and ended when the suspect shot 21-year-old Hariz Kific.
Upon arrival, officers located the victim suffering from a gunshot wound. He was conveyed to a local hospital for life-saving treatment. At this time, he remains there in critical condition.
The Concord Plaza Shopping Center at the intersection of Lindbergh Blvd. and Tesson Ferry Rd. re-opened Tuesday. A portion of the immediate crime scene was shut down as the investigation progressed.