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2 Charleston area brothers found dead in Williamsburg County, coroner says

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Williamsburg County authorities and SLED continue to investigate the discovery of two bodies.

Williamsburg County Coroner Harrison McKnight said someone found the bodies of two men around 11:30 Tuesday morning on Cedar Creek Road, off Highway 41, in the Old Cedar community.

McKnight said Tuesday night that the pair were brothers.

He identified them as Calvin Felder, age 64, of Mt. Pleasant and his younger brother Fred Joseph Felder, age 57, of Charleston.

 McKnight said that the two men were found outside and were not in a building.

Their bodies have been taken to MUSC in Charleston for autopsy Wednesday morning, McKnight said.

 

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