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Man Arrested After 2 Women Were Killed At Greenwood Extended Stay Motel

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Terrance Lamont Thomas, 25, has been arrested after two women were killed at the Extended Stay Motel in Greenwood Wednesday night. Terrance Lamont Thomas, 25, has been arrested after two women were killed at the Extended Stay Motel in Greenwood Wednesday night.
GREENWOOD, S.C. -

Greenwood Police have arrested a man and charged him with the murders of two women at a motel.

Terrance Lamont Thomas, 28, was arrested early Thursday evening on Cambridge Avenue and charged with two counts of murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. Arrest warrants obtained from the Greenwood County Detention Center state that Thomas told another person that he had shot 33-year-old Elizabeth Brooke Bourne and then shot 38-year-old Danielle Quinn Graham as she was trying to leave the motel room. The warrants state that Thomas made the statement before law enforcement had been notified about the incident. 

A maintenance worker at the motel on Montague Avenue discovered the women's bodies after noticing an open door to the room. According to a spokesman for the Greenwood Police Department no more arrests are likely in the case.

Thomas had his first court appearance Friday morning in which he was advised of his charges and told that bond will have to be set by a Circuit Court Judge at a later date. He is currently being held at the Greenwood County Detention Center.

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