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Upstate Coroner Names Two of five people killed in home Sunday evening. Spartanburg County Coroner Rusty Clevenger releases names of Thomas Ellis Anderson, 37, and Adam Daniel Morley, 32, both of Bobo Drive, in Inman. Both were found dead inside houseClevenger said. hours Clevenger later identified another victim as a 59-year-old.year-old Mark Allen Hewitt. According to Clevenger, Hewitt stopped at home at that time of his death and it was said dead at the scene. Law enforcement is still investigating the fivefold murder that took place on Sunday evening in home on Bobo Drive. On Monday afternoon, Clevenger confirmed five people dead. He said four people we found dead inside the houseeach in another room. One person received a gunshot wound found According to Clevenger, they are still alive. They were taken to Spartanburg Regional Medical Center, where they later died during surgery, he said. The coroner confirmed that all of the victims died from gunshot wounds, with some suffering multiple gunshot wounds. times.Clevenger said no children participated and no one of victims were associated with one another. The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office said the investigation is ongoing. They reacted to the scene just until 20:00 Sunday.A family member of potential victim said neighbor found scene and called 911. Neighbors said they in shock that something so tragic happened in them community. “I don’t expect anything like this, no one waiting for something like This is Christopher Willis. “I come here and there are police and detectives everywhere. They said us about killing. I don’t know know what to say.” As they continue their investigation, Clevenger was still working on identifying the rest of victims”. The public must understand that the sheriff’s office, my office, no one will allow up on it’s even the prosecutor’s office, we won’t allow up on this,” Clevenger said. – They are all hands on deck, everything really works hard on this is. public you have to understand, it may be shocking, but the sheriff and his men, prosecutors’office my people, we’re going to stay with until it is resolved.” However, Willis believes it may be too late. for their quiet area. “As they say, when it comes to more building, more money, more in in area, crime going to go up. It’s another thing that I’m worried about back here in this is areaWillis said. with information ask call Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office. WYFF 4 News Reached out to the sheriff office for comment. They didn’t provide more information with reference to active the study.

Upstate Coroner Names Two of five people killed in home Sunday evening.

Spartanburg County Coroner Rusty Clevenger releases names of Thomas Ellis Anderson, 37, and Adam Daniel Morley, 32, both of Bobo Drive, in Inman.

Both were found dead inside houseClevenger said.

Three hours Clevenger later identified another victim as a 59-year-old.year-old Mark Allen Hewitt.

According to Clevenger, Hewitt stopped at home at that time of his death and it was said dead on the stage.

Law enforcement is still investigating the fivefold murder that took place on Sunday evening in home on Bobo Drive.

On Monday afternoon, Clevenger confirmed five people dead.

He said four people we found dead inside the houseeach in another room.

One person received a gunshot wound found still alive according to Clevenger.

According to him, they were taken to the regional medical center Spartanburg, where they later died during the operation.

The coroner confirmed that all of the victims died from gunshot wounds, with some suffering multiple gunshot wounds. times.

Clevenger said no children participated and no one of victims were associated with one another.

The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office said the investigation is ongoing. They reacted to the scene just until 20:00 Sunday.

BUT family member of potential victim said neighbor found scene of the incident and called 911.

The neighbors said they in shock that something so tragic happened in them community.

“I don’t expect anything like this, no one waiting for something like This is Christopher Willis. “I come here and there are police and detectives everywhere. They said us about killing. I don’t know know what to say.”

As they continue their investigation, Clevenger is still working on identifying the others. of victims.

“The public must understand, the sheriff’s office, my office, no one will allow up on it’s even the prosecutor’s office, we won’t allow up on this,” Clevenger said. – They are all hands on deck, everything really works hard on this is. public you have to understand, it may be shocking, but the sheriff and his men, prosecutors’office my people, we’re going to stay with until it is resolved.”

However, Willis believes it may be too late. for their quiet area.

“As they say, when it comes to more building, more money, more in in area, crime going to go up. It’s another thing that I’m worried about back here in this is area”, Willis said.

Anyone with information ask call Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.

WYFF 4 News Reached out to the sheriff office for comment.

They didn’t provide more information with reference to active the study.

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