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Greenwood Murder Victim's Son, 2nd Man Charged

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Zanquirous Hurley Zanquirous Hurley
Cavin Harrison Cavin Harrison
Greenwood Police have charged two men with murder from a killing in February. One of those arrested is the victim's son.

Zanquirous Hurley and Cavin Harrison are charged with murder and strong armed robbery in the death of Vincent Hurley.

The victim was found dead inside his home on Central Avenue February 3. Police say Vincent Hurley, 42, died of blunt force trauma injuries to his head and body.

Zanquirous Hurley, the son of the victim, was arrested Tuesday in Greenwood. Hurley is being held in the Greenwood County Detention Center awaiting arraignment.

The Greenwood Violent Crime Task Force reports Harrison was arrested on Monday outside of Atlanta. He's being held in Georgia awaiting extradition.

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