Four people were found dead inside a home Sunday night after a shooting in Rock Hill, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office. One of the victims was an assistant county manager for York County.
Investigators worked late into the night at the home at 985 Dunlap Roddey Road.
The victims were identified as Randy Moore, 55; his wife, Anna Moore, 50; her son, Jason Lockamy, 31; and his girlfriend, Lora Young, 31. Anna Moore was the assistant county manager.
Law enforcement officials said they were called to the home about 5:45 p.m. Sunday. Later, they spoke with someone who had been inside the home earlier, officials said.
By 8 p.m., officials with the Sheriff’s Office said they were not looking for a suspect or shooter in the case. Bryant said it appeared all the victims were killed Sunday, but further details about the homicide were not available late Sunday.
“Until we get our crime scene (investigators) inside and we do a thorough investigation, we can’t say all four of these people were shot,” Bryant said while at the home Sunday.
He added: “We do know there was some gunfire involved inside the home.”
The crime scene was active for several hours on the residential street. The home where the shooting occurred is near Emmanuel Church of the Nazarene, just off Saluda Road. The area is on the south side of Rock Hill, just outside the city’s limits.
Neighbors told The Rock Hill Herald on Sunday night that a family had just moved into the home about two weeks ago. York County tax and property records show the home was sold last month.
York County has had one other homicide this year, officials said Sunday. That case involved a house fire in Catawba that killed a 14-month-old boy. His older half-brother was charged with murder and arson.
Observer news partner WBTV contributed.