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The State Law Enforcement Division has opened an investigation into the unsolved death of 19-year-old Stephen Smith, whose body was found in July 2015 in Hampton County. And a grand jury has been empaneled to investigate possible officer misconduct during the investigation of the 2019 boat crash that killed 19-year-old Mallory Beach.
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 Post and Courier is suing the Colleton County Sheriff's Office and State Law Enforcement Division for violating the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act.
In a June 17 interview with “Good Morning America” on ABC News, John Marvin and Randy Murdaugh, Alex Murdaugh’s brothers, spoke of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh’s deaths.
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.
SC law leaves no doubt that police have to release the police report on the shooting deaths of Paul and Maggie Murdagh, whose bodies were found in the powerful family's hunting lodge in Colleton County more than a week ago. Theirs refusal feeds dangerous speculation about its motives and how it knows the public isn't in danger.
Maggie Murdaugh, 52, and her son, Paul, 22, were found fatally shot shortly after 10 p.m. at the family’s property at 4147 Moselle Road. They were shot multiple times, the coroner said.
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.