At a bond hearing for three of four suspects in the shooting death of a Clemson student Tuesday, the family of the victim spoke about their pain.
Investigators said that four men invaded a Smoke Rise Drive house at the Homes at Chimney Ridge on Saturday with the intent to rob 23-year-old Steven Grich's roommate, believing he had a large amount of marijuana, but only a few grams were reportedly taken. During the home invasion, deputies said Grich was shot to death.
Pickens County deputies said their investigation led to Bernard Ramsey, 19, and then brothers Jordan Dalton, 19, and Jaron Dalton, 24, and Lester Mosley Jr., 18. Deputies said the Daltons and Ramsey have been charged with murder, armed robbery, burglary first-degree and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. Mosley is still wanted and is considered armed and dangerous, deputies said.
During the bond hearing for the Dalton brothers and Ramsey on Tuesday, the family of both the victim and the suspects were extremely emotional. At one point, the proceedings were interrupted by two outbursts - once from a member of the victim's family when the judge denied bond and the other from a suspect's family who ran from the room in tears.
Grich's father, Steve Grich, talked to the suspects during the hearing.
"I know you two love each other," Steve Grich said to the Dalton brothers. "You must love somebody. You don't even have to nod. Have you ever lost anybody? We lost our son that you guys took from us."
After the hearing, the families of the suspects approached the Grich family and apologized.
"I can't explain it," said Ramsey's mother. "I am sorry. I know how you feel. I am losing a child, too. I just want you to know how I feel. I am sorry."
After the hearing, Grich's father begged the public to help find Mosley.
"Help us find him," Steve Grich said. "This is the trigger man that has killed my son, and needs to be caught and brought to justice please."
Anyone with information on Mosley's whereabouts was asked to call the Pickens County Sheriff's Office at 864-898-5500.
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