Proof found in a dead South Carolina man’s garbage can join him to the passing of 6-year-old Faye Marie Swetlik, specialists said Friday.
The assortment of Coty Scott Taylor, a neighbor of the young lady who had been absent since Monday, was discovered Thursday at his Cayce home, not a long way from where the primary grader’s body was found that day in a lush zone, Cayce Public Safety Sgt. Evan Antley told columnists during a question and answer session.
“Our proof and our examination link these two together,” Antley said. “I can affirm that he was a neighbor. He was not a family member; he was not a companion; he was simply a neighbor that lived in Churchhill Heights.”
No suspects or people of intrigue have been recognized in Faye’s passing, Antley said.
“This has been a sad circumstance for our locale, for our specialization and for everybody who has been following the account of Faye Marie Swetlik,” the sergeant proceeded.
Cops avoided legitimately connecting Taylor’s passing to the young lady’s killing, which is being examined as manslaughter, specialists said Thursday.
The two bodies were found after the proof was found in Taylor’s junk can.
Antley declined to expound on that proof, characterizing it exclusively as “basic” and something that would have been recorded on her missing individual flier.
Taylor, who has no criminal history, inhabited a home about 150 feet from the girl’s, specialists said.
Examinations for both Faye and Taylor will be directed Saturday, WJZY reports.