2 charged in Aiken slaying

Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012 10:40 AM
Last updated 10:44 PM
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The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two New Ellenton residents in connection with the killing of Huran Akil Dix.

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Pebbles Nichole Moyle

Marrio Parker, 31, of the 100 block of Million Avenue, and Pebbles Nichole Moyle, 28, of the 200 block of Jewel Street, have each been charged with accessory after the fact to murder, the sheriff’s office said in a news release

Christopher Nathaniel Parker, 24, also of the 100 block of Million Avenue has been identified by authorities as the person responsible for the killing and is still being sought, the release says.

Dix, 18, was found Saturday evening buried in the woods off Dry Branch Road. Authorities said he had been shot once in the back.

Investigators believe Parker shot Dix over an income tax check, according to a news release. Parker has a criminal history that includes kidnapping, several counts of unlawful possession of a weapon and other charges.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office at (800) 922-9709.

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raul 02/01/12 - 11:50 am
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Well, I bet Fred and Wilma

Well, I bet Fred and Wilma aren't real happy with Pebbles!

wondersnevercease
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wondersnevercease 02/01/12 - 12:02 pm
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:)
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happychimer
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happychimer 02/01/12 - 02:28 pm
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She looks familiar. I have

She looks familiar. I have seen her somewhere.or someone who looks just like her.

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TrulyWorried 02/01/12 - 11:09 pm
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Familiar or not familiar -

Familiar or not familiar - the killings just continue - what can the average citizen do to stop this from happening over and over again?
Nothing - but our law enforcement officers are in harms way day in and day out. Thank you and may God keep all of you safe.

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