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Greenville Police Make Three Arrests in Latest Murder Case


The Greenville Police Department has apprehended three individuals in connection with the city’s most recent murder case, which unfolded on September 4th, 2023.

Around 2 a.m., local authorities were alerted to the 400 block of Valliant Street following reports of gunfire. Upon arrival, officers discovered a residence that bullets had targeted. Inside the home, they found 27-year-old Kensheria Smith, a Greenville resident, who had suffered a gunshot wound. Tragically, despite immediate transportation to Delta Health Systems, Smith succumbed to her injuries.

Law enforcement secured warrants for the arrest of three individuals believed to be involved in the September 4th incident on Valliant Street. The suspects have been identified as 19-year-old Cameron Buck, 18-year-old Jayvion Moy, and 19-year-old Robert Reed, Jr., all residents of Greenville.

The charges against these individuals are grave, including Second-Degree Murder and three counts of Attempted Murder. Reflecting the seriousness of their alleged involvement, a judge presiding over the case set bond amounts for each. As of Monday, September 11, 2023, Jayvion Moy’s bond has been established at $4 million, while Cameron Buck’s bond stands at $1 million.

Robert Reed, Jr. was taken into custody late Monday evening and is slated to appear before a judge on a future date, where his bond will be determined.