DAILYKENN.com -- Apparently four black males pretended to have an interest in buying a set of speaker from 25-year-old Christopher Shane.
In reality it appears they intended to rob the unsuspecting white victim.
News reports said four shot were fired at Shane. One — fired from point-blank range at his head — appears to be the bullet that ended his life.
The crime occurred in Greenville, South Carolina and was reported August 19, 2016.
Coroner Parks Evans identified the victim as 25-year-old Christopher Shane Satterfield of El Paso Drive in Greenville.Please report typos...
Evans said Satterfield sustained multiple gunshot wounds. An autopsy will be performed to determine an exact cause of death.
Detectives from the Violent Crimes Unit were called in to investigate.
According to deputies, Satterfield was involved in an altercation with 22-year-old Shamar Raekwon Sullivan and 24-year-old Shake Javonte Curry. Deputies said Sullivan and Curry chased Satterfield in a vehicle behind two separate suspects in another car, 18-year-old Desmond Jackson and 20-year-old Elijah Williams.
While being pursued, Satterfield reportedly crashed his vehicle near the intersection of Rutherford Road and Locust Street at which time Jackson and Williams fled the scene.
Deputies said Sullivan and Curry confronted the victim as the crash seen during which time Curry pulled out a handgun and shot Satterfield at least once, killing him.
Jackson and Williams are charged with accessory after the fact and were taken into custody. Both were denied bond in court on Thursday.
At the hearing the victim's parents, Greg and Angela Satterfield, said Christopher was a hardworking and loving person.
"He's a great guy, my right hand man," said Greg Satterfield. "He would do anything he could for you."
Angela Satterfield described her son as "kind-hearted, he would give you the shirt of his back."
The couple said the suspects met Christopher to buy a set of speakers but robbed him and shot him, pointblank in the back of the head.
"Took four shots at him and left him lying there dead over a set of speakers they obviously couldn't afford," Greg Satterfield said.
They said he frequently sells items online to make extra money.
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