By
G. McConway
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October 13, 2022

Alleged Quintuple South Carolina Homicide Shooter Nabbed

This weekend, we were all horrified at what happened in Inman, South Carolina.

Police arrived at a home around 7:45 p.m. Sunday night to find four dead bodies and one person bleeding out.

That individual was rushed to the hospital and died on the operating table.

Police now have the alleged shooter in custody.

Shocking Scene

Police had no idea what happened, only a clue from a neighbor that she had heard gunshots earlier.

Thomas Ellis Anderson, 37, Adam Daniel Morley, 32, Mark Allen Hewitt, 59, and Roman Christean Megael Rocha 19, were all dead on the scene.

James Derek Baldwin, 49, was the victim that died on the operating table.

James Douglas Drayton, 24, was arrested after a police chase in Georgia.

He has since confessed to the shooting.

Sheriff Chuck Wright stated, “He confessed to the crime.

“He basically said he’d been hearing voices.

“Not sure what that means for him but he knew he’d been using meth and had been up for like four days.

“Hadn’t slept in four days, probably not thinking.”

Drayton was in a stolen vehicle that belonged to someone in the home at the time.

Wright added, “These men and women didn’t deserve what they got.

“They did not get justice at all.

“And just because we have someone in custody doesn’t make things better for these families.

“It just means that they don’t have to wonder.”

Drayton has been charged with five counts of murder and four counts of possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Source: New York Post

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