Beaufort News

April 20, 2013 8:29 PM

Authorities: No breaks yet in Burton roadside killing on Easter

Nearly three weeks after Darryl McArthur Greene was shot on the side of a road in Burton, few clues have emerged to explain the events leading to his death on Easter.

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