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Final suspect arrested in Belton man's death

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From left to right: Walter Alley, Charlie Robinson and Charles Bell II (Anderson Co. Sheriff's Office) From left to right: Walter Alley, Charlie Robinson and Charles Bell II (Anderson Co. Sheriff's Office)
Glenn Craft (Family Photo) Glenn Craft (Family Photo)
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Anderson County deputies said the final suspect wanted in the murder of an elderly Belton man is now in custody.

The shooting happened at 1423 Trail Rd. on Monday.

Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said 86-year-old Glenn Craft was found dead about 10 a.m. Monday by a Meals On Wheels volunteer.

Craft suffered a single gunshot wound, Shore said.

Anderson County Sheriff John Skipper said 28-year-old Walter Alley and 21-year-old Charlie Robinson were charged with murder, armed robbery and possession of a weapon during a violent crime on Wednesday.

Skipper said Craft's great grandson, 17-year-old Charles Bell II, was apprehended late Wednesday night.

Skipper said it appears the trio went to Craft's home with the intention of robbing him. He said Craft's wallet was missing when investigators arrived at the scene.

Anderson County sheriff's deputies assigned to the U.S. Marshall Fugitive Task Force, along with other fugitive task force officers arrested Bell in York County, near the North Carolina border. 

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