GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) – On Friday, the family of Lamarckus Boswell appeared in bond court to face the man accused of killing their loved one dating back to March of 2018.
Deputies said Boswell was found dead after being shot multiple times at an apartment complex on Lanford Drive on March 25, 2018.
Deputies said on Monday that, Kendrick Omar Cobb, 29, had been charged with murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, and felon in possession of a firearm.
Deputies said Boswell had been in an argument in his apartment before his death. That argument escalated to the shooting outside.
Deputies are also searching for two others accused of firing shots during the incident, but said their gunfire did not strike Boswell.
“Investigators are still seeking information regarding the identities of those individuals,” Lt. Ryan Flood said.
It was on Friday that a judge agreed to re-do a bond hearing for Cobb due to the family of Lamarckus Boswell not being notified of the prior hearing. This gave the family of the victim the opportunity to address Cobb face-to-face in court. On Friday Cobb once again received no bond.
He continues to be held in the Greenville County Detention Center.
Boz' family said the two were childhood friends and not only did Cobb attend Boz' funeral but was someone who helped carry his casket. The family said they will continue fighting for answers about the two other suspects deputies are looking for.