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6 Arrested After Summerville Man’s Death

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BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–On November 18th, 2017, a Sunday morning, at approximately 2 a.m. the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office responded to 3032 Kingswood Lane reference to a fall with injuries. Upon arrival it the scene they observed a male subject on the ground, unconscious and bleeding from the nose.

The witnesses on-scene told the deputies that the subject had gotten out of a car and fell, striking his head on the sidewalk.  EMS responded and transported the victim to Trident Hospital.

After investigating the circumstances around the injury, Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office detectives were able to determine that the injuries were not accidental and that the initial reports provided to the patrol deputies were not factual but an attempt to hide the truth about how the person was injured.

The victim, identified by Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury, as Sebastian Lenz, age 27 of Pine Trail in Summerville, succumbed to his injuries on Monday evening, the 20th of November.

The investigation resulted in the arrest of 6 people related to the death. Those charged are:

1.Timothy Charles Mckuhen, age 33 of Bridgetown Road in Goose Creek, was charged with Voluntary Manslaughter

2.Andrew Echipare Alccantara, Jr., age 21 of Mair Route Road in Bonneau, was charged with Accessory after the Fact of Voluntary Manslaughter

3.John H. Hendrix, Jr., age 33 of Kingswood Lane in Ladson, was charged with Misprision of a Felony for neglect in reporting a crime.

4. Deron Michael Fox, age 25 of Abriam Drive in Summerville, was charged with Misprision of a Felony for neglect in reporting a crime.

5.Brooke Ann Mitchum, age 24 of Rifle Range Road in Mount Pleasant, was charged with Misprision of a Felony for failure to report a crime.

6.Calvin Wade Rhoney the 3rd, age 32 of College Park Road in Ladson was charged with Misprision of a Felony for failure to report a crime.

All subjects were arrested and transported to the Hill Finklea Detention Center

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