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Investigators arrest two more men for Berkeley Co. murder

Jason Kinloch and Christopher Ormond Tiller Jason Kinloch and Christopher Ormond Tiller
Patrick Dwayne Kinloch and Joshua Pruitt Patrick Dwayne Kinloch and Joshua Pruitt
BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office has arrested two more men in connection to the murder of a 31-year-old man who was found shot in a vehicle at the Francis Marion National Forest.

Investigators have charged 32-year-old Jason Kinloch and 23-year-old Christopher Ormond Tiller with murder, armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

The sheriff's office has already charged 22-year-old Patrick Dwayne Kinloch and 18-year-old Joshua Pruitt with the death of Robert Moultrie.

An arrest warrant alleges that on Sept. 9, Pruitt and Patrick Kinloch shot and killed Moultrie at 1020 Charity Church Road in Huger, after conspiring to rob him.

Moultrie's body was found two days later at a location along Brick Church Road, about 4 miles away from the original crime scene.

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