Fourth Shooting Suspect Arrested
The fourth suspect wanted in connection to a December 8 shooting which killed a Clemson University student is behind bars. On Friday, the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office contacted the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office to advise them that 18-year-old Lester Mosley, Jr. of Central might be hiding out there. Mosley is charged in the death of 23-year-old Steven Grich, who was shot and killed during a home invasion and robbery. In an e-mail announcing the arrest, Mosley is referred to as the “trigger man.” Once contacted by Pickens County authorities, Stephens County Sheriff’s deputies began a surveillance operation around the Budget Inn in Toccoa. The United States Marshals’ Service was alerted when authorities identified Mosley was staying at the hotel. Mosley was arrested on the outstanding murder warrant and waived extradition. The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office made two additional arrests in the case; 18-year-old Travis-Malik Shavon Campbell of Clemson and 20-year-old Marticus Gibson of Martin, Georgia were both charged with one count of hindering the apprehension of a criminal.