GREENVILLE CO., S.C. (WSPA) – A man has been found guilty of murder and received a life sentence without parole, according to the Greenville County Solicitor’s Office.
Bradford Hester Williams was found guilty of shooting and killing two people at the Bugatti Nightclub in Greenville County in 2014.
Sylvester Fuller and Jamal Justice were shot and killed outside of the nightclub on North Pleasantburg Drive on November 27 of 2014.
Investigators say Williams shot Fuller and Justice with a .380 handgun before leaving the scene in a Cadillac around 2:30am.
Williams was released from jail on January 20, 2016, on the HIP program with a monitoring device.
Records show he later cut his ankle monitor but was located and arrested in Dekalb County, Georgia without incident and returned to Greenville for his trial.
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