Good Samaritan Stops to Help Teens Stuck in Ditch, Here’s How They Thanked Him

Two South Carolina teens have been charged with murder for killing a good samaritan who stopped to help them pull their car out of a ditch.

After 45-year-old Chadwick Garett helped 17-year-old Deon Frasier and 19-year-old Michael Dupree-Tyler free their vehicle, they decided to repay his kindness by robbing and killing him.

The teens then retreated to an apartment less than six miles away, where authorities eventually caught up with them.

North Charleston Police Department spokesman Spencer Pryor said in a statement:

“During the investigation, it was learned that the victim was assisting two black males in pulling a Dodge Durango out of the ditch. After the victim got the vehicle out of the ditch, the two suspects then robbed and shot the victim.”

According to a spokesperson from the Charleston County Coroner’s office, Garrett was pronounced dead at the scene.


H/T: America Now

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