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Deputies: Neighbor who witnessed burglary fatally shot 1 suspect, 2 others arrested

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Gethsemane Drive (FOX Carolina/ Oct. 12, 2017) Gethsemane Drive (FOX Carolina/ Oct. 12, 2017)
SWAT team on Gethsemane Drive (FOX Carolina? October 12, 2017) SWAT team on Gethsemane Drive (FOX Carolina? October 12, 2017)
Mayfield (left) and Standard have both been charged (Source: GCSO) Mayfield (left) and Standard have both been charged (Source: GCSO)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Greenville County deputies have arrested two men in connection with an Oct. 12 burglary that ended in a shooting death at the intersection of Appaloosa Drive and Gethsemane Drive. 

Deputies said they were dispatched to the area just after 11 a.m. after receiving a call about a gunshot victim. 

Deputies said they arrived to find a male victim suffering from at least one gunshot wound. The coroner said the the victim had been involved in an altercation prior to being shot. Sheriff Will Lewis said the man was rushed to Greenville Memorial Hospital and pronounced dead. 

Sgt. Ryan Flood said a SWAT team had a house surrounded just after noon. He said the house either a person of interest or another victim may be inside.

Sheriff Will Lewis said the house is where deputies believe the initial conflict took place. He said the victim was found about 75 yards from the home.

The coroner identified the victim as 31-year-old Jeffrey Eugene Bradley of Greenville. His cause and manner of death are pending, however he was pronounced dead at Greenville Memorial Hospital at 11:29 a.m.

On Friday, deputies announced that Deputies said the Oct. 12 incident began as a burglary and ended in Bradley's death. 

Deputies said the investigation revealed that Bradley and two other men, 25 year-old Shane William Standard and 32 year-old Tracie Lewis Mayfield, entered a home on Gethsemane Drive, held an occupant at gunpoint, and demanded money.

Deputies said a neighbor who witnessed the struggle fired the shot that killed Bradley.

Standard and Mayfield have both been arrested and charged with burglary first degree, attempted armed robbery, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, criminal conspiracy, and kidnapping.

The neighbor has not been charged at this time but deputies said the case remains under investigation.

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