Young Pickens man charged with Oconee homicide
Oconee Sheriff’s Office has placed additional charges against a 17-year old man charged Saturday with involuntary manslaughter. Octavis Jamal Robinson of Central was charged with involuntary manslaughter in a homicide early Saturday near the Oconee-Pickens line. A 21-year old North Carolina man, Rashean Parker II, was found on the ground with what appeared to be a gun shot wound to his right side. He died later at the hospital. Investigators believe Robinson shot Parker with a handgun while fleeing in a car after an attempted armed robbery. Yesterday Robinson was charged with attempted murder, attempted armed robbery, and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. A second person has been charged in the case. According to the Sheriff’s Office, Tavis Savon Campbell, 19-year old Clemson resident, was charged with attempted armed robbery and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.