2 stabbed to death, 1 hurt at In Town Suites in Greenville Co.

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GREENVILLE CO., SC (WSPA) – The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office said a death investigation is underway after two people were found stabbed to death in a room at a local extended stay on Monday.

Greenville County Sheriff’s Office officials said the stabbing deaths occurred at the InTown Suites Extended Stay, located at 2504 Wade Hampton Boulevard.

According to the sheriff’s office, deputies responded to a call about a man and a woman who had both been stabbed inside of a room around 12:45 p.m.

When deputies arrived on-scene, the man and the woman were found and pronounced dead at the scene.

The Greenville County Coroner’s Office identified the two victims as 28-year-old Leanna Marie Mulle and 68-year-old Arthur Walker Hill, III.

According Lt. Ryan Flood, they believe this is an isolated incident and said they are not looking for any suspects at this time.

“I can confirmed an additional individual who was involved in the altercation was transported to the hospital,” Flood said.

No word yet on that person’s condition.

Investigators are still determining if the person taken to the hospital is a victim or a possible suspect in the stabbings. 

7News spoke with a former resident who said she moved out two days before the crime happened and came back to what had happened at her former extended stay residence.

She agreed to speak to us with her identity hidden from our cameras and identified herself as Dee.

“I’m very unnerved…sort of bewildered…and discombobulated because it could have been me. I’m by myself just me and my dog,” said Dee.

We’ll continue to update this story with more information as it becomes available.

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