Aiken County, SC (WJBF) – The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office is working to clear up some information posted online alleging that a man and woman who have been arrested are connected with the murder of an elderly Jackson, South Carolina.
The couple have been identified as 74-year-old Louis “Baker” Cochran, and his wife, 70-year-old Sandra Cochran. They were found dead at their Green Pond Road home on Tuesday, December 8th.
A post on the Sheriff’s Office Facebook page claims that mug shot photos posted on a social media site of a man and a woman are not suspects in the murders, which happened on Green Pond Road.
Read the text of that post below:
The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office has been made aware that the two individuals in these photographs were allegedly wanted in connection with the Green Pond Road Murders. Both individuals have been arrested by this agency on unrelated warrants and have not been connected to the murders on Green Pond Road. We feel it is important that citizens know that we are still in need of their assistance for information that would lead to the person(s) who are responsible for the deaths of the Cochrans’ and that these two people have not been linked to this case. We continue to monitor the Tip Line that has been set up. If anyone has any information, they can call (803) 507-1437 or email email@example.com. Citizens still have the option of calling in a tip to CRIMESTOPPERS at 1-888-CRIME-SC or www.scrimestoppers.com.
The female in the photo posted online has been identified as 30-year-old Savannah Parker, of North Augusta. She is currently being held at the Aiken County Detention Center on charges of Distribution of Controlled Substance, Possession, Conceal, Sell, Or Disposal Of Vehicle. She has been arrested several times dating back to 2012 involving drug charges.
The malke in the photo posted online has been identified as 41-year-old Grady Owenby, of Beech Island. He was arrested on Friday, December 18th on charges of Shoplifting $2,000 or Less, and Burglary (Non-Violent) – 2nd Degree. He is currently being held at the Aiken County Detention Center. He has also been arrested several times for theft, as well as drug charges dating back to 1996