Update February 27: The Post and Courier has followed up with a full story that does a good job of explaining many things. Go read it.
Mallard was wanted as a suspect in the July 3 robbery of a Wachovia bank on Rivers Avenue.
First reporting: Just before noon, a U.S. Marshal's Task Force attempted to serve a warrant on Terrell Lamont Mallard at a West Ashley residence -- it did not go well.
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Mallard was cornered in a bathroom, at which point he is said to have shot a local deputy in the leg. Officers then returned fire.
Many of the local media outlets have stories, but The Post and Courier has the best most comprehensive one at the moment. Go check it out.