Jarnaro Carlos Middleton ID’d as victim of ‘suspicious death’ on Johns Island
Jarnaro Carlos Middleton Death – The man whose body was discovered in the backyard of a residence on Johns Island on Saturday has been recognized as having been a resident of Charleston County by the Coroner’s Office. According to the findings of the investigation conducted by Charleston County Coroner Bobbi Jo O’Neal, Jarnaro Carlos Middleton, 65, of Johns Island, passed away on January 14 as a result of a gunshot wound sustained at 2569 Gibbs Rd. No arrests have been made. The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office has taken the initiative to conduct an investigation into the matter.
Related topic: Mother mourns the loss of son in double homicide on Johns Island
Following the deaths of her son and a neighbor on Johns Island, a mother from the Lowcountry is speaking out. The double homicide on Bethlehem Court, according to Charleston Police Department officials, occurred just before midnight. Lesley Kelley claimed that when she got home from work about 11:00 p.m., she discovered her son and a friend dead in their shed. The mother of one of the victims, Kelley, stated, “Lord, I didn’t deserve to find my child in that condition.
She claimed that the afternoon was when she last spoke to her son, Raven Small, Jr. “It was two something that day; we spoke on the phone and then 2:20- 2:30 he texts back, then I texted him, again no response then tried to call when I got home, straight to voicemail. I try to text no response,” she recalled. Kelley claims that after arriving home from work, she started looking for her son in the backyard. She discovered their bodies at that point. I don’t know what’s happening or what occurred, but I came into the yard and I begged God, “Oh, God, please someone come through someone please come through, dear God help us, God.”
Anyone with information on the double killing is being urged to come forward by the victims’ families. Raven’s aunt stated, “This gun violence is enough. He didn’t hurt anyone, and if anyone knows or hears something, any little thing you think may not be important, it’s important to us.” The identity of the other dead person is yet unknown. Anyone who is willing to come forward with information will receive a prize from Kelley. Please get in touch with the Charleston Police Department if you have any information regarding this crime.
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