Around 6 p.m. Tuesday, Horry County police arrived at a home in Conway for a domestic violence report. When officers arrived, they discovered a woman had shot at her boyfriend six times, according to a police report.
The victim told police that he and his live-in girlfriend, Nina Williams, 60, of Rock Hill, had an argument, and when he got into his car to leave, she started shooting at him.
The victim said when Williams started shooting at him, he put his car in reverse and started driving away. He said she fired six shots, and two of them struck the driver-side door of the car.
Williams told police the victim, her boyfriend, had threatened to kill himself earlier in the day and had written a suicide note to her.
Williams said the victim had been using her to contact his ex-girlfriend because, due to a court order from a judge, he was banned from contacting the ex-girlfriend.
Williams said she agreed to call the ex-girlfriend as long as she could be present while the phone call was happening.
Once the ex-girlfriend was on the phone, the victim left the house, and locked himself in a car.
Williams followed him out but became irate when he wouldn't allow her to listen.
Police say Williams then grabbed the victim's .38 caliber revolver and began shooting at him.
Williams is charged with Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault.