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2 more charged in connection with 2017 disappearance of Rena Beamer in Greenville Co. – Valley Stream, New York

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Greenville, South Carolina (WSPA) – Investigators have charged two more people in connection with the disappearance of Lena Beamer in the 2017 cold case in Greenville County.

Beth Edith Beamer (From: Greenville Co. Sheriff’s Office)

According to the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, the 83-year-old Lena Hofner Beamer was last seen in early summer 2017.

Lawmakers announced last Friday that Beamer’s primary caregiver, 46-year-old Beth Edith Beamer, was arrested in connection with the incident.

The sheriff’s office said it believed Lena Beamer died in August 2017.

Lawmakers said Beth Beamer provided false information to investigators and diverted the victim’s social security benefits to her own personal use before abandoning her body outside Greenville County. It was.

A Greenville County adjutant has also been dismissed in connection with the incident and has been the focus of an investigation by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Department, the sheriff’s office announced last week.

Investigators said Wednesday that both the victim’s grandchildren, 28-year-old Tabisa Edith Suk and 23-year-old Madillin Janet Ballard, were charged with obstructing the investigation.

Shook has also been charged with unauthorized removal of the corpse.

The warrant said both Shook and Ballard lied to the investigators, and Shook helped remove the victim’s body.

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office said Lena Beamer’s body had not yet been found.

If you have information about Lena Beamer’s disappearance, please call Crime Stopper at 864-23-CRIME.

Lawmakers said Ballard was released on June 8 with a $ 50,000 bond, leaving himself to an investigator.

Shook was arrested last Saturday in Lincoln County, North Carolina, awaiting deportation.

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