SOUTH CAROLINA - On Monday, the third person arrested for the murders of a South Carolina couple will stand before a judge.
Michael and Thelma King of Mount Pleasant were found stabbed to death in their beachfront apartment while on vacation in Saint Marrten in September.
Prosecutors said the 20-year-old suspect, only know by his initials, JJW, flew to the U.S. Virgin Islands sometime during the week, but was extradited to St. Maarten.
Authorities previously arrested a Jamaican security guard and a 17-year-old for the murders.
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