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Arrest Made In Deadly Hit-And-Run In Fountain Inn

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James Stephen Bloodworth II was arrested Saturday for the hit and run death of one, and injury of three, according to warrant reports and Greenville County's website. James Stephen Bloodworth II was arrested Saturday for the hit and run death of one, and injury of three, according to warrant reports and Greenville County's website.
FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. -

July 21

James Stephen Bloodworth II, is spending Sunday in the Greenville Detention Center after being served four warrants and arrested on Saturday, according to warrant reports and Greenville County's website.

Bloodworth will be charged on three counts of a hit and run resulting in an injury and one charge of a hit and run resulting in the death of 75 year old, Janice Patterson, of Jefferson City, TN.

7 On Your Side will continue to keep you informed as details become available, there is no additional information available at this time.

July 20

According to Fountain Inn Police, a suspect has been arrested Saturday morning in connection to a hit and run involving a golf cart late Friday night.

Greenville County Coroner, Mike Ellis, confirms that there were a total of four people on the cart when it was struck by the Pontiac sedan, injuring three people and killing Janice Patterson, 75, of Jefferson City, TN. 

According to Ellis, Patterson died at the scene from blunt force trauma to the head and the chest.

Police say a burgundy Pontiac struck the golf cart, Friday night.

Police say the car left the scene at Weston Road and Quillen Avenue. Police later located and arrested the suspect, Saturday morning.

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