A South Carolina man has been charged after a North Myrtle Beach woman died of a coronary heart assault throughout an tried residence break-in in July, in line with police.
Austin Thomas Jones, 40, is charged with involuntary manslaughter stemming from a July 24, 2022, incident on twentieth Avenue South in North Myrtle Seashore.
In July, a lady called North Myrtle Beach police, saying that somebody was making an attempt to interrupt into her residence.
Officers decided Jones allegedly broke out a window on the residence and was attempting to enter.
Police took Jones into custody and seen his knuckles have been bleeding and that he was carrying lower than a gram of cocaine on his particular person.
After the sufferer referred to as 911, she went into cardiac arrest as police arrived. Police instantly referred to as the EMS and CPR was administered. As soon as the girl regained a pulse, she was taken to a neighborhood hospital.
The girl died 5 days later, on July 28, in line with police.
An post-mortem report from the Medical College of South Carolina revealed that the girl went into cardiac arrest with “a contributory situation of stress attributable to the attempted home invasion.”
Police dominated the dying as a murder and a warrant was issued for Jones’ arrest. He was taken into custody at his residence on Wednesday.
Public records show Jones was launched from the J. Reuben Lengthy Detention Heart on Friday morning on a $2,500 bond.