Second suspect charged after homeowners find house in nightmarish condition

Second suspect charged after homeowners find house in nightmarish condition
Authorities charged Rachel Adkisson of Iowa with malicious injury to personal property in excess of $10,000. (Source: OCSO)

ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - Deputies have charged another person in a case where homeowners in Orangeburg County found their house in a nightmarish condition which included holes in the house and feces on the walls.

Authorities charged Rachel Adkisson of Iowa with malicious injury to personal property in excess of $10,000. Her husband, identified as 21-year-old Kristion Keller of Eutawville, had already been previously arrested in the case and faces a similar charge.

An arrest warrant for Adkisson states that she’s accused of throwing food on the floor of a Eutawville home, smashing holes in the wall, smearing what appears to be human feces in the carpet and damaging the AC system.

Investigators reported that the suspects caused $30,000 worth of damage to the home.

According to the sheriff’s office, the incident started with the victims allowing the couple to stay at their home for a short time. However, investigators reported that the suspects refused to leave, and when the victims left and came back to the house they found the house had been heavily damaged.

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