Family pleads for information on homicide that happened near fishing pier at York County, S.C. park, authorities investigating
The entrance to the park that leads to the incident location is located at the end of Astor Court, authorities said.
YORK COUNTY, S.C. (WBTV) – A family is begging for anyone with information on the murder of their loved one to come forward.
”I can’t tell you a person who didn’t like him,” says his mother Quadrena Adams.
Adams cannot say enough about her baby boy Terron Hubert, who she affectionally calls TJ.
”He was a people person. He has a smile like his momma it would light up the room. When he came he was very respectful,” she says.
So when York County Sheriff’s Office detectives came to her door looking for her, she knew it could not be good. Detectives delivered the news that her son was found dead in Lake Wylie.
According to the York County Sheriff’s Office, the homicide occurred near the fishing pier and gazebo at Quigley Park in Lake Wylie in the late-evening hours of June 5.
Authorities said that a person walking on a park trail found a person lying on the ground by the water at 6:30 a.m. on Monday, June 6. According to law enforcement, the victim appeared to have been shot several times.
The York County Coroner’s Office identified the victim as 20-year-old Terron Hubert, of Clover.
”I literally lost it. If God had told me this is how my child was going to leave here I would have argued him up and down oh no no no no no no no no,’ says Adams.
Adams talked to him just hours before the time deputies believe he was killed. The conversation only lasted a minute but means so much now.
”If I would have known that was my last conversation with him I would have made it longer,” she says.
The memories are now precious. The impact TJ had on not only Adams’ life but also his grandma’s was massive.
”He always no matter what when he left you he would say MawMaw I love you,” says Glennis Brown, his grandmother.
”There’s not one thing about him that I can say I’m gonna miss the most. It’s everything about my child,” Adams says.
So this mother and TJ’s entire family are pleading with anyone who has information, knows something, or could be involved themselves to come forward and help them get closure. She says that she does not know if it was an accident or why he was targeted. She just wants the person to come forward and admit what they did, but repent to be forgiven.
”We need to know. We need to know what happened to him. I want to know who thought it was their right, it was their right to take my child from me. I want to know who thought it was ok,” she says.
The entrance to the park that leads to the incident location is located at the end of Astor Court, authorities said. According to law enforcement, no arrests have been made at this time. Authorities are asking for any information about a homicide that happened in Lake Wylie. Even the smallest details could push this case forward and bring the family closure.
Anyone with information is asked to call (803) 628-3059 to speak with Detective Askew or report anonymously to Crime Stoppers of York County.
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