GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - An 18-year-old woman is being booked into the Greenville County jail Friday for what deputies say was her role in a shooting incident that left two men dead.
We first reported on January 10, 2020 that 21-year-old Shunqavious Boyette Fisher and 25-year-old Jalen Takis Mayes were both shot and killed the same night within the same area near Piney Mountain Park. On January 17, Greenville County deputies announced their deaths were connected to a deadly incident that unfolded at Piney Mountain Park.
According to GCSO, 18-year-old Halen Brooke Mullinax worked with Mayes to set up a group at Piney Mountain Park to obtain a piece of property. Investigators say Mayes and Mullinax rode in a car together and met the Fisher's group at the park. Once there, GCSO says Mayes exited his car wearing a mask and approached the car, drew a gun and held it to one occupants' head. However, deputies say that person drew his own gun and shot Mayes. Mayes returned fire, striking Fisher fatally.
Deputies say Mayes was able to get back into the car with Mullinax, who drove him to North Greenville Hospital. However, Mayes was pronounced dead at the hospital. Fisher was driven to the Azalea Place Apartments, but pronounced dead when EMS arrived on scene.
Mullinax has been charged with armed robbery with a deadly weapon and criminal conspiracy. Investigators don't anticipate any other charges as of writing.
Mullinax was granted bond during a hearing Friday evening. A bond court judge set her bond at a total of $30,000. Should she post bail, she will be required to wear a GPS monitor upon release.
During the hearing, the bond court judge noted that both charges Mullinax faces are felonies. The maximum sentence for armed robbery with a deadly weapon is 30 years, while the maximum for criminal conspiracy is five years. If convicted on both counts, Mullinax could spend up to 35 years behind bars.
While she did not speak much during the hearing, Mullinax's father did speak. He said his daughter graduated high school with honors and had not had previously faced trouble with the law. He told the judge he wanted to see his daughter get out of jail.
Mullinax is entitled to a preliminary hearing if she desires it.
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