FORT MILL, SC -- Family members of 23-year-old Steven Grich, Jr., packed up their cars outside their home Tuesday afternoon and headed to the arraignment of their son’s accused killers.
“I'm gonna look those men in the eyes, and make them look me in the eyes,” said Steven Grich, Sr.
Hours later, in a Pickens County courtroom, Grich had his chance.
"I hope you saw him laying him there. He was shot, laying on the ground. He was already laying on the ground, doing what you guys asked him to do, right,” he asked. The men stared blankly back.
On Monday, officials said they arrested Jordan Charles Dalton, Jaron Bradley Dalton, and Bradley Kadeen Ramsey.
Steven Grich, 23, died when he was shot by the intruders. Grich was at his home in the gated Chimney Ridge neighborhood in Central, just two miles from Clemson University. The university said Grich was a junior majoring in Electrical Engineering. Investigators said Jordan and Jaron, both of whom are brothers, turned themselves into authorities.
In a press release sent to NBC Charlotte, law enforcement said they believe, "The intent of the group was to rob the victim’s roommate of what they believed to be a large amount of marijuana. Only a few grams were actually taken.”
“I’m numb. Numb. I have no feeling. There's no feeling right now. It’s just emptiness. Just like I'm waiting for him to come home,” said Grich, Sr.
All are being charged with murder, armed robbery, burglary in the first degree, and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
Warrants have been issued for a fourth person, Lester Devaria Mosley, Jr. Officials say Mosley should be considered armed and dangerous.