“He had only been in town a month. Just consider the storm he brought to all of these people’s lives in one month,” said Ernest Finney, Third Circuit Solicitor.
Dupray Adams says he plans on having an event each year to honor her memory
The family of Nevaeh Adams, the Sumter five-year-old whose remains were discovered in a Richland County landfill last Friday, returned to her apartment Wednesday afternoon to pick up her belongings.
SUMTER, SC (WOLO) — Sumter Police say the remains of missing 5-year-old Nevaeh Adams were found in a landfill on Friday, October 18. Sumter Police announced Tuesday afternoon that the remains were found in a landfill off Screaming Eagle Road. According to authorities, on August 5th, the body of Nevaeh’s mother, Sharee Bradley, was found at the Lantana Apartments. The…
More than 60 people from state, local, and national agencies are helping the search
Sumter Police, with the help of state and national agencies, are searching through a Richland County landfill to find the remains of five-year-old Nevaeh Adams.
The court found "probable cause" in all five of the charges Daunte Johnson faces
SUMTER, S.C. (WOLO) –Daunte Johnson, the suspect in the murders of a Sumter five-year-old and her mother, made an appearance in a Sumter County court Thursday morning. For the second time in eight weeks, Johnson faced the family of Nevaeh Adams, 5, and Sharee Bradley, 29. Bradley was found dead in her Sumter apartment on August 5, while the body…
Some family members say they are disappointed in how the search has been carried out
Sumter Police say they have enough forensic evidence to charge Daunte Johnson with the murder of five-year-old Nevaeh Adams.