Man arrested in slayings of SC officer, woman
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division said that Sandra Rogers was shot Saturday morning while responding to a report of suspicious activity
AIKEN, S.C. — A man accused of killing his girlfriend in Georgia and then gunning down a police officer in South Carolina had been dealing with mental problems before the slayings, the man's father said.
Police in South Carolina said Joshua Tremaine Jones, 26, faces charges of murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime in the death of Aiken police Master Cpl. Sandra Rogers. He is expected to appear in court Monday in Aiken, according to Magistrate Judge Tracey Carroll.
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