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A South Carolina man was accused of stabbing his grandmother to death on Valentine’s Day.
According to the report, at around 4 p.m, family members requested a welfare check on a woman who lived on Winburn Street in Patrick, South Carolina. The sheriff’s office said when their deputies arrived on the scene they found 73 Year old Geraldine Sellers Marshall, dead from multiple stab wounds to her upper body.
During the course of the investigation, it was determined that her grandson, 30 year old David Antonio Little,stabbed her multiple times.He is in custody and will be charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in the killing of his grandmother on Valentine’s Day in Chesterfield County, according to Wayne Jordan with the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office.
Motive of the murder is not yet known.
Additional information could be released later Monday afternoon.
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