GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office arrested two more people in connection with the death of Clarissa Winchester and her child.

Michael Thomas Burnett and Melissa Michelle Burnett were charged with misprision of a felony due to failure to report a crime.

Michael Thomas Burnett (Courtesy: Greenville County Detention Center)
Melissa Michelle Burnett (Courtesy: Greenville County Detention Center)

According to the arrest warrants, both suspects listened to the victim yell and beg for help for approximately two hours and took no action to assist her or call 911.

Both appeared for a bond hearing Saturday night.

Winchester, who was pregnant, was found dead earlier this month in a home on Saw Mill Road.

Tyler Wilkins, her estranged boyfriend, was charged with kidnapping, murder, and unlawful neglect of a child.

Michael and Melissa Burnett are relatives of Wilkins according to the sheriff’s office.

Man arrested after mother, baby found dead in Greenville Co. home

Wilkins’s arrest warrants revealed that he beat Winchester to death and then failed to seek medical attention for the infant, who was later identified as his child.

Winchester’s family was in court on Saturday when the Burnetts went before a judge.

“Our whole family has been devastated by this,” said Michael Winchester, Clarissa’s father. “Our daughter was huge-hearted and kind to anybody.”

They said they will continue to remember her.

“Clarissa’s voice is going to still be heard, and we aren’t going to stop fighting,” said Winchester.

A judge set bond for both suspects at $20,000 each.

Michael and Melissa Burnett bonded out of the detention center.