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Murder suspect returns to Charleston County to face charges

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On June 8 authorities in Florida arrested 31-year-old Jeffrey Eady, who was wanted for killing several South Carolina women. On June 8 authorities in Florida arrested 31-year-old Jeffrey Eady, who was wanted for killing several South Carolina women.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Triple murder suspect Jeffery Eady returned to Charleston County Wednesday morning to face formal charges for a crime committed last month. During the bond hearing, Eady was charged with murder, armed robbery and using a weapon during a violent crime.

Eady is charged with murdering Crystal Johnson at the D and V Grocery Store off of Highway 17 on May 30th. Eady was able to elude police following the crime but was finally apprehended in Florida and brought back to South Carolina to face charges in both Charleston and Clarendon Counties.

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Eady has been in the Clarendon County jail since he was apprehended and returned there following today's bond hearing.  

The suspect was brought into the court shackled at the ankles, wrists and at the waist. Family and friends of Johnson were in attendance.

 

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