Man pled guilty to 2012 attempted burglary at Guns and Ammo Gunsmith

Eddie Stewart in the Aiken County Jail for attempted burglary (WRDW-TV, September 8, 2012)
Eddie Stewart in the Aiken County Jail for attempted burglary (WRDW-TV, September 8, 2012)
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Friday, June 13, 2014

BELVEDERE, S.C. (WRDW) -- A man accused of a 2012 attempted burglary at Guns and Ammo Gunsmith pled guilty.

Eddie Stewart received 25 years and 10 concurrent sentences.

Franklin Robinson had a mistrial, but charges are still pending in another trial.

The Aiken County coroner said the third suspect, 20-year-old K'Raven Goodwin of Eastover, S.C., died from multiple gunshot wounds in September 2012.

Investigators said a vehicle crashed into the store to break in around 3:30 a.m. when business owner, Stephen Bayezes, says he was asleep in his home behind the store. Bayezes told investigators he shot at each of them.

Stolen guns were recovered from the van at Waffle House.

Pictures from the scene:

The same type of gun used by the business owner.




 
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