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A South Carolina man and woman are accused of listening in for two hours as a pregnant woman called for help after she was beaten to death at her Marietta home.
Clarrissa Winchester, 22, was found dead on November 9 at the Saw Mill Road home, beaten in the head and neck. Eventually, Winchester's baby was born.
The baby's father and Winchester's friend, Tyler Wilkins, was accused of killing her and not getting help for the baby.
Authorities have not said what Winchester was hit with, but her father, Mike Winchester, told The State that she was hit repeatedly. He also said he was not told if the baby was still born or died from lack of care. The mother was seven months pregnant when she was murdered.
The other two people allegedly in the home at the time of the beating were siblings Michael Thomas Burnett, 43, and Melissa Michelle Burnett, 49, who were arrested on Saturday. Lt. Ryan Flood, a spokesman for the Greenville County Sheriff's Office, said the Burnetts are Wilkins' uncle and aunt.
They are accused of not reporting a crime.
They were released on bail.
Wilkins was in custody at the time of Winchester's killing and was charged with domestic violence aggravated and aggravated in nature, two counts of attempted murder, showing and presenting a firearm, resisting arrest, spilling bodily fluids and threatening the life of an officer, one showed SLED background check.
He spent about six weeks in prison.
Mike Winchester said he and his wife Melinda went to the Saw Mill Road house to look for their daughter and then called MPs when Wilkins wouldn't let them in. Clarrissa Winchester and the baby were dead when MPs arrived.
Wilkins is also being investigated in connection with the disappearance of his former girlfriend Jorden Nebling, 19. Wilkins picked her up on October 10, 2020 after a car she had borrowed from a friend broke down. Her family didn't report her missing for a month, complicating the investigation.
Wilkins, 21, is being held without attachment at the Greenville County Detention Center.
Winchester and her baby Grayson were buried on November 16 in the Golden Grove Baptist Church graveyard at Travelers Rest.

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