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Greenville County Sheriff's Office
The brutal death of a 22-year-old pregnant woman from beating shocked the Marietta, South Carolina community earlier this month — and now, authorities say, she might have been saved had not a couple stood idly by and ignored her anguished pleas for Help.
Michael Burnett, 43, and Melissa Burnett, 49, were identified Monday by the Greenville County Sheriff's Office as relatives of the man accused of beating Clarissa Winchester to death in early November.
Tyler Wilkins, who local news reports have identified as Winchester's boyfriend and the father of her baby, has already been arrested and charged with murder and kidnapping in the death of the mother-to-be. According to a probable cause affidavit cited by WMBF-TV, he allegedly punched her over the course of two hours, leaving her with fatal injuries to her head and neck.
Tyler Wilkins.
Greenville County Sheriff's Office
The Burnetts, according to the sheriff's office, "were at the home at the time of the brutal attack" but "did not act, called 911 or otherwise provide assistance," despite reports that Winchester cried out for help.
The pair were charged with embezzlement in a felony over the weekend, but they have since been released on $20,000 bonds, the sheriff's office said.
The Burnetts were described as Wilkins' uncle and aunt in a report by The State, which quoted a spokesman for the sheriff's office. Public records list Michael Burnett as residing at the address where police say they found "Winchester's deceased body along with a lifeless foetus".
Clarissa Winchester.
via GoFundMe
Winchester was seven months pregnant at the time of the fatal beating. Police have not said if the baby was stillborn or born during the fatal attack, but Wilkins is also charged with unlawful conduct towards a child, allegedly failing to "seek medical attention for the recently born fetus." said the police.
The baby was a boy, and Winchester had already named him Grayson, according to a GoFundMe set up by the family.
Investigators are also eyeing Wilkins in the disappearance of Jorden Nebling, a 19-year-old woman who was last seen in October 2020, the sheriff's office said earlier this month.
Sheriff's Office Investigator Blake Wolfe was quoted as telling The State that Nebling was last seen being picked up by an ex-boyfriend.
Nebling's stepmother, Mary Tucker, identified the ex-boyfriend as Wilkins in comments to Fox News.
"In my heart I believe he did something to her," she said.
Wilkins was not charged in connection with Nebling's disappearance.
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