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Just days after The Post and Courier sued for an incident report of a high-profile double homicide in Colleton County, the State Law Enforcement Division released 18 pages of supplemental reports in the case — including eight pages almost entirely redacted.
Nearly two weeks after two members of a prominent South Carolina family were shot dead, there are few signals that the search for their killer is narrowing.
The State Law Enforcement Division released new information June 15 about its investigation into the deaths of Paul Murdaugh and his mother, Maggie, while confirming police were treating the deaths as murders.
Several days after two members of a prominent Hampton County family were fatally shot, questions about what happened still vastly outnumber answers.
After three days of investigating the killings of two members of the well-connected Murdaugh family, law enforcement officials continue to withhold basic information about the high-profile case.
State police and sheriff's officials remained silent as investigators continued to probe the circumstances surrounding the June 7 slayings of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh at their sprawling estate in Colleton County.
Paul Murdaugh, 19, of Hampton, was indicted Thursday in connection with the boating collision that preceded the death of 19-year-old Mallory Beach in Beaufort County.