Seth Norris, who? A man from South Carolina and his friends recorded themselves brutally beating up homeless individuals.
While looking into the death of 31-year-old Joshua Garnett, the South Carolina police recently came upon a series of films showing a group of vicious bullies mercilessly abusing homeless individuals. Seth Norris, 18, Shawn Norris, 20, and their friend Tristan Ramey were all charged with his murder.
On July 3, Garnett was discovered shot to death on a Greenville street. Although Garnett’s sister asserted that he was not homeless when he passed away, it is unknown why he was killed. Police discovered videos of the trio and other individuals beating homeless persons while conducting their investigation.
The “distinctive long haircut” of Seth Norris was utilised to authenticate and quickly identify his involvement. The other suspects in the films, according to the police, were Logan Alexander Holmes, 22, David Allen Norris, and Shawn.
Police have invited any further victims to come forward after learning that the tapes were allegedly recorded between October 2021 and June 2022.
When a person in a tent motions for them to “go away,” Norris and the others are seen strolling through a homeless camp violently with their phones out. One of the suspects then kicks them in the face before continuing to kick them again. In another clip, a man is seen getting punched repeatedly in the face while the group filming the attack ask ‘where’s the money?’ The crowd yells, “Where’s the bread!” while the man defends himself from the ferocious blows and kicks.
In the third video, Seth Tyler Norris-looking person mercilessly beats a man in a white shirt. After a while, a second man enters and starts punching him while wearing MMA-style gloves. Then others join in to assist in beating the man. The group continues to punch him as the video comes to a close.
In addition, Tyler will be charged with “attempted murder” for the assaults he committed in the films, the results of which are still uncertain. Due to his alleged role in the creation of those films, Joshua will be charged with second-degree assault, battery by a mob, and two counts of criminal conspiracy. David Norris and Holmes both have attempted murder and criminal conspiracy charges against them. Since authorities were unable to find Ramey, he has not been accused of the assaults.
The police believe that many places, including “a number of nearby homeless camps around the San Souci area,” were used to film the tapes. Investigators worked hard to identify the five victims seen in the films, but the Sherriff’s Office stated in a statement that “we have received evidence that there may be others.” Investigators also discovered that many victims were reluctant to report the attacks for fear of revenge.