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Information Needed About a Murder Suspect
Friday, April 12, 2013

GREENWOOD, SC - On April 6, 2013, members of the Greenwood Police Department responded to shots fired in the 600 block of Tabor Street, Greenwood. Upon arrival, officers found several individuals that had been shot. The victims were at a block party. One of the victims, Malik Rashap Padgett, age 15, succumbed to his gunshot wounds. There were four additional victims wounded as a result of this shooting.

Police have arrested Dayterrius White and charged him with murder in this incident. They believe that White did not act alone. We need your help to find out who else was involved in this senseless shooting. You can remain anonymous and get paid for any information leading to that person’s arrest.

Investigators with the Greenwood Police Department are asking you to call Crimestoppers if you know any information about White’s partner. All calls, web tips or texts are totally anonymous.

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