DAILYKENN.com -- McKinley Lee Daniels, 34, is accused of killing two convenient store clerks during two separate robberies.
The solicitor in the case is asking that Daniels be sentenced to death.
Daniels is accused in the fatal shootings of Bala Paruchuri and Trisha Stull in 2015. Two others were also arrested.
The crimes occurred in Horry County, South Carolina.
South Carolina removed the Confederate flag from the State House because it made black citizens feel uncomfortable.
Solicitor Jimmy Richardson says his office will seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing two convenience store clerks in separate robberies in January 2015.
Fifteenth Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson announced Tuesday he served notice of intent to seek the death penalty against McKinley Lee Daniels, 34, of Loris. Daniels is charged with two other men in connection with the separate fatal shootings of two Horry County convenience store clerks last year.
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