Former FCHS honor grad murdered

Crocker

CAMDEN – A Kershaw County man was charged last week with murder in the June 2 shooting death of his girlfriend, a former Fairfield Central High School honors graduate, Kershaw County Chief Deputy Jack Rushing said in a news release issued June 4.

Katelin Jordyn Crocker, 19, was shot in the head by Alexander Francis Harmon, 28, of Camden, the crime report stated.  Kershaw County 911 received a call early Saturday, June 2, from Harmon’s father, a resident of New York, Rushing said.

Harmon

Rushing said Harmon’s father said his son had called to tell him he had shot and killed Crocker who lived with Harmon from time to time, the sheriff’s office said.

When deputies went to the home, they arrested Harmon and found Crocker dead inside the home from a gunshot wound to the head.

Sheriff’s deputies found a .12-gauge shotgun and an empty shell casing in the home located on Cleveland School Road, Rushing said.

Crocker, who graduated from FCHS in 2017, was a licensed cosmetologist and was employed at Ulta in Sandhills.

Harmon, arrested June 2, remains in the Kershaw County Detention Center.