DAILYKENN.com -- Timothy George Milliken, age 45, was fatally shot in in his Bluffton, South Carolina home. Four individuals were arrested after the crime.
"26-year-old Devante White, of Green Pond, South Carolina, and 22-year-old Malik White, of Beaufort, were wanted for felony warrants out of Hardeeville. The third man, 22-year-old Jamal Coakley Jr., of Dale, was arrested on a separate charge," according to wsav.com.
"A fourth suspect, 17-year-old Sarah Barr, has since been arrested on warrants for murder, armed robbery and kidnapping in Milliken’s death."
No motive was reported for the crime, but reports say the victim may have known one of those arrested.
The crime was reported November 20, 2020 and apparently occured November 15.
Investigators were called to the scene and gathered information on a suspected vehicle and the whereabouts of those responsible for Milliken’s death. On Tuesday, BCSO contacted the Gwinnett County Police Department for assistance locating the individuals who were believed to be in the area.
Gwinnett County officers found the suspected vehicle outside of a home provided by BCSO investigators. As police approached, three men fled on foot but were quickly apprehended.
BCSO investigators traveled to Gwinnett County to interview the men about Milliken’s murder and subsequently sought warrants from a Beaufort County magistrate for their arrests.
The magistrate issued warrants for murder, kidnapping, armed robbery and possession of weapons during a violent crime against all three men. They’ll be extradited to Beaufort County for the charges.
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