Shooting Tragedy Unfolds in Kings Mountain: Two Dead in Double Homicide

Kings Mountain, NC- Authorities in Kings Mountain, North Carolina, are investigating a tragic incident involving a double homicide in a neighboring state. The incident, which occurred in South Carolina, led to the death of two individuals who were found shot on Wednesday morning. The suspected gunman, who was also connected to the double homicide, reportedly took his own life in Kings Mountain.

Law enforcement agencies from both Kings Mountain and Cherokee County are working together to unravel the events that led to the tragic outcome. According to officials, the shooting was the result of a domestic dispute between the victims, identified as Senita Michelle Roberts and Darriach Derowne Mack. Both individuals lost their lives in the incident.

The suspect, Sajad Roberts, was found deceased in his garage from a self-inflicted gunshot wound by police who responded to the scene at his residence on Landry Drive. The investigation into the case is ongoing, with the Kings Mountain Police Department providing assistance to the Cherokee County sheriff’s office as they piece together the chain of events leading to the double homicide.

Cherokee County Coroner Dennis Fowler confirmed the identities of the victims as Senita Michelle Roberts, a resident of Kings Mountain, and her brother, Darriach Derowne Mack, from Blacksburg. The tragedy unfolded at a residence in Blacksburg, South Carolina, where the two victims were fatally shot.

The community is reeling from the shocking news of the violent deaths, and authorities are urging anyone with information related to the case to come forward. As the investigation continues, updates will be provided to shed light on the circumstances surrounding this heartbreaking incident.

This developing story serves as a grim reminder of the devastating impact of domestic violence and underscores the importance of seeking help and support in situations of conflict or abuse. Our thoughts are with the families and loved ones of the victims as they navigate this difficult and trying time.