Timothy Smith, Jr. and Stephanie Hall, Alleged Killers of Amanda Smith in Salisbury, Locked up in the Rowan County Detention Center

Posted on June 21, 2016



RFP Staff

♦ Tuesday Timothy Clarence Smith, Jr. 30, of Kannapolis and Stephanie Dawn Hall, 30, of Salisbury, the alleged killers of Amanda Kay Smith, 245 Honeysuckle Road in Salisbury and the mother of a six-year old son, were transported from Horry County, South Carolina to the Magistrate’s Office on West Liberty Street where they were charged and brought in handcuffs to the Rowan County Detention Center.

Smith was charged with murder (first degree) (felony), common law robbery (felony), and arson (2nd degree) felony.  Without bond, he is being held in the Rowan County Detention. His first hearing will be on June 24th.

Hall was charged with murder (first degree) (felony),  common law robbery(felony), larceny (misdemeanor), arson (2nd degree) (felony), forgery of an instrument(felony), and uttering a forged instrument (felony). Without bond, she is now in the Rowan County Detention Center. Her first hearing will be on June 24th.

More than a few people in Bible Belt Rowan County pray for swift and unmerciful justice for the pair of alleged killers who reportedly dumped the partially burned mother’s corpse on the side of 3000 Leonard Road in the Northern Part of the county.  Law enforcement sources believe the motive for the alleged murders was robbery. It was alleged they confessed to Horry County authorities to killing Amanda Kay Smith.

Timothy Clarence Smith, Jr.:

Stephanie Dawn Hall:

The Victim Amanda Kay Smith:

The trailer home on 245 Honeysuckle Lane where Amanda Kay Smith and her son lived prior to the alleged arson that decimated the dwelling:

**This article will be updated as new information arrives.**

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