Easley man convicted of sex crimes

Victim was resident of Sumter nursing home

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

COLUMBIA — An Easley man has been found guilty of attempting to sexually assault a nursing home resident.

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced Monday that 39-year-old Towodi T. Shequoyah of Easley was found guilty by a Sumter County jury Nov. 16 on charges of third-degree attempt to commit criminal sexual conduct, attempt to commit abuse of a vulnerable adult and indecent exposure.

The verdict stems from Shequoyah’s actions while working as a licensed practical nurse at Blue Ridge of Sumter, a

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