Suspect in fatal Huger home invasion back in South Carolina

Suspect in fatal Huger home invasion back in South Carolina
Palmer. (Source: BCSO)
Palmer. (Source: BCSO)
From left to right: Mouzon, Kenneth Campbell Jr. and Drake Campbell. Source: BCSO
From left to right: Mouzon, Kenneth Campbell Jr. and Drake Campbell. Source: BCSO
The home where the shooting took place. (Source: WCSC)
The home where the shooting took place. (Source: WCSC)

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - A man suspected in a fatal Huger home invasion is back in South Carolina Friday evening after he was captured in Viginia while on the run.

Officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office say Sherrod Palmer is in the Hill Finklea Detention Center in Moncks Corner.

According to BCSO authorities, Palmer is expected to have a bond hearing Saturday evening.

"The exact charges are not known at this time," BCSO officials said.

Palmer was identified Wednesday as the fourth out of five suspects believed to have shot and killed 27-year-old Kadeem Johnson execution style.

Officials say he was captured with the help of the U.S. Marshal's Service.

An affidavit states five men tied Johnson's hands, forced him to kneel and shot him in the head at his home on the 100 block of Martha Lane last week. Johnson's girlfriend was also shot in the incident but is expected to live.

Kenneth Campbell Jr., 26, Jacob Mouzon, 17, and Drake Campbell, 18, were captured in a manhunt spanning multiple days and are facing murder charges in the incident. The fifth suspect has yet to be identified.

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