Dressed in camouflage from head-to-toe, an unidentified woman parked her car about a mile from her former co-worker's Cherokee County home, walked the rest of the way and slipped inside with a gun.
It was 6:30 this morning, and the homeowner's wife had just left for work.
A struggle ensued between the man and the woman.
A shot was fired.
A bullet hit the woman in the head, killing her.
That was the story that Cherokee County Sheriff Roger Garrison laid out during a press conference late this morning, just hours after deputies responded to a shooting at 113 Bethany Manor Way.
“It's an understatement to say that it's just a bizarre instance,” he told reporters outside the house. “The person that obviously knows the most about the situation is deceased so it's going to be very difficult to ever determine exactly what the motive may have been.” Read More
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