Charlotte man extradited from SC to NC, formally charged with killing Gastonia woman

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CHARLOTTE, NC (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – A Charlotte guy who was arrested in South Carolina in relationship to the death of a Gastonia lady has been extradited to Charlotte and formally billed with murder, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office environment declared Tuesday.

East Charlotte resident Charles Combs, 35, has been extradited from Horry County, South Carolina, to Mecklenburg County and has been formally billed with initial-degree murder in the demise of 30-year-aged LaPorscha Baldwin. He was brought into the detention center by CMPD Tusday close to 11:30 a.m.

Combs manufactured his first courtroom look all over 1 p.m. and was denied bond.

Baldwin was documented lacking in Gastonia on October 10 by household members. An investigation exposed she had past been seen in Mecklenburg County, prompting CMPD’s missing person office to get involved.

On Thursday, a multi-agency procedure found out Baldwin’s entire body in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

Combs, an ex-boyfriend, was identified as the suspect and a research ensued, and he was taken into custody on Saturday in Myrtle Beach front, in accordance to a police report.

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‘The FBI, SLED, CMPD, Gastonia Law enforcement, and Myrtle Seashore Law enforcement ended up all involved in the scenario.

Combs will be extradited to Mecklenburg County. This stays an lively investigation.

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