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Forensic units at scene of body found in Mount Pleasant

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Forensic teams arrive at crime scene off Magrath Darby Blvd., in Mount Pleasant Tuesday morning after detective finds a body. Forensic teams arrive at crime scene off Magrath Darby Blvd., in Mount Pleasant Tuesday morning after detective finds a body.
Charleston County detectives spent the night on Magrath Darby as they investigate a body found there Monday night. Charleston County detectives spent the night on Magrath Darby as they investigate a body found there Monday night.
Body found in Mt. Pleasant. Body found in Mt. Pleasant.
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC -

Forensic teams are now working in the area where a Charleston County detective discovered a body Monday night.

According to Major Jim Brady, the body was discovered just off of McGrath Darby Boulevard around 8:30 Monday night just down from a power station.

A host of agencies, including the Charleston County Sheriff's Office, Mount Pleasant police and the Charleston County Coroner, filled the area just steps away from the Arthur Ravenel Bridge.

Officials said a detective found the body while searching the area as part of an on-going investigation. Brady declined to comment on any information about which case the body may be related to. Deputies did say, foul play is suspected.

"We are trying to determine the circumstances of the body being found here, and the Coroner's office is assisting us with that," Major Brady said.


 

 

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