4 South Carolina teens killed a man, Larry Ingram Jr., because he took away their devices over dislike for Instagram KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, December 1, 2022

4 South Carolina teens killed a man, Larry Ingram Jr., because he took away their devices over dislike for Instagram

4 South Carolina teens killed a man because he took away their devices. He didn’t like how they were using Instagram. The teens kicked and threw items at his door until he stepped out into the hall & killed him execution style.

Instagram is a social media app.

The Herald is not naming the four suspects because of their ages and the judge’s order not to identify them. The Herald also is not describing the relationship between the victim and suspects.

Rock Hill Police Department Detective Eric Olson described the Nov. 14 shooting death of Larry Ingram Jr., 38, as “an execution” during a detention hearing Tuesday in York County Family Court.

Ingram had taken away laptop computers used by the teenagers earlier in the day on Nov. 14. There was a dispute over the way they were using Instagram, Olson testified.

The suspects set up a plot to kill Ingram because they were unhappy with the discipline, Olson testified.

Ingram was lured into a hallway at his apartment by one of the juveniles who kicked a door, and another suspect who threw an object at a door, Olson testified. The noises brought Ingram out of his bedroom to investigate, Olson testified.

“He was then shot in the back,” Olson testified.

Ingram then was shot again while on the ground, Olson testified.

Each of the four suspects is charged with murder, and conspiracy to commit murder.

The shooting death is the third in 2022 in York County where juveniles have been charged with murder. Earlier in 2022, prosecutors in York County announced they were seeking a waiver to try two juveniles as adults for their alleged roles in shooting deaths. One of the suspects was 14 in a York woman’s shooting death. The other was 16 in the case of a triple homicide of three teens in Rock Hill.

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