Alexandria Cress Borys Has Been Shot Dead – The Irmo lady who was killed in a shooting after getting into a quarrel with a stranger was able to have her identity established by the Lexington County Coroner’s Office. The incident occurred after the Irmo woman went to the home of the stranger to resolve the dispute. The incident took place as a result of the woman approaching the unknown person.
Alexandria Cress Borys, who was 26 years old, was found to have been shot following an argument at the Kroger that is located at 7467 St. Andrews Road, according to the findings of the investigation that was conducted by the Coroner Margaret Fisher. The investigation was conducted by the Coroner Margaret Fisher. The medical examiner ruled that she had passed away at the site just after 4 o’clock on Tuesday afternoon.
Irmo Police have since made another murder arrest, this time of Columbia resident Christina Harrison, age 23, who fled the scene of the crime but later turned herself in at the Irmo Police Department. Christina Harrison was apprehended because she fled the scene of the crime but later turned herself in at the Irmo Police Department. Christina Harrison was taken into custody despite the fact that she turned herself in at the Irmo Police Department after initially fleeing the site of the murder.
Harrison was wanted for murder in connection with the death of another lady, and the killing of the other lady was being investigated. The investigation into the other woman’s death was ongoing.
Borys and Harrison had never met one another before, but according to the investigators, they got into a “altercation” for reasons that the police have not yet disclosed to the general public. Borys and Harrison did not know each other. The investigators have a strong suspicion that Harrison was the one who initiated the fight.
According to the Chief of Police for the Irmo Police Department, Bobby Dale, the shooting was “senseless” and a “rash choice” that has “impacted the lives of two families.” The event was described using the term “had a significant impact on the lives of two families.” The investigation into the incident has not yet been concluded; it is being conducted out by the office of the coroner, investigators from the police department, and representatives from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.