$1M Life Insurance coverage Coverage At Heart Of SC Homicide-For-Rent Killings

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Solar Information (Myrtle Seashore, SC)






A murder-for-hire killing that left a father and son useless in Loris will probably be featured on an upcoming Investigation Discovery tv present.

The crime-focused channel will air a brand new episode at 9 p.m. Oct. 22 of “Comparatively Evil,” which recounts the killing of Amos Hatfield and his son, Tommy. Investigation Discovery is channel 138 on Spectrum and channel 285 on DirectTV.

Amos Hatfield’s spouse, Sandy Locklear, is featured on the present. Initially, Locklear mentioned she was the sufferer of a sexual assault, however police quickly charged her with homicide. She is serving life in jail and is housed on the Graham Correctional Establishment in Columbia.

Odom Bryant can be serving life in jail for his roles within the homicide. Nehemiah James Evans was additionally convicted of homicide and sentenced to 30 years in jail.

Prosecutors mentioned the Locklear, Bryant and Evans conspired to kill for a $1 million life insurance coverage coverage. The Hatfields had been discovered useless within the Loris residence the place the 2 had been shot execution-style.

“I am sorry for what occurred to the victims and their household,” Evans mentioned earlier than sentencing in 2015. “I’ll take duty although I didn’t see the crime happen.”

Amos Hatfield’s daughter additionally testified at that listening to and mentioned justice was lastly served.

“I am so glad my daddy and brother can relaxation in peace now,” she mentioned in 2015.

The “Comparatively Evil” episode options interviews with attorneys concerned within the case, video from police interviews and recreations of the crime.

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