UNCC officials said the victim contacted the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police while the incident was happening and officers took the four people in the alleged hit-and-run vehicle into custody off-campus near J.W. Clay Boulevard.
Officials said none of the people involved in the incident are affiliated with UNCC and there was no threat to the campus community.
“It's definitely crazy," Tanner Kirby, who was visiting the UNCC campus, said. "I mean, it's something that you don't expect seeing around here.”
Police are continuing to investigate the incident, officials said.
Channel 9 is asking officials what charges the suspects will face. No names have been released.
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