Brittany Cassandra Foster, 21, of Inman, was charged with Murder and Possession of a Weapon During the Commission of a Violent Crime and her boyfriend, Keenen La’Breece Hines, 22, of Inman, was charged with Accessory After the Fact of a Felony.
Foster and Hines were interviewed Monday afternoon after deputies learned that they were acquaintances of the victim, Anthony Neil Biggerstaff, of Inman. New information was discovered later in the week that led to them becoming primary suspects in Biggerstaff’s disappearance and murder.
After the car stop, all three people received weapon and drug charges, but the gun recovered at that time wasn’t the murder weapon.Around 2 p.m. Thursday, Foster, Hines and another woman were pulled over by a sheriff’s deputy at New Cut Road and Broadcast Drive (The second woman was not involved in the homicide).
Foster admitted to shooting Biggerstaff inside the car that was found in Lake Bowen, while she and Hines were riding with him, according to reports.
Deputies say Hines admitted to helping Foster get the gun and disposing of the body. Hines led Violent Crime Investigators to where Biggerstaff’s body was located; off Jordan Creek Road near Lake Cooley, Thursday night
The Magistrate’s office says Foster is expected in court on Friday morning and Hines will face a judge Saturday afternoon.
The Spartanburg County Sherriff’s Office is continuing its investigation to determine a possible motive for this incident.