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North Texas Man Accused Of Beating Twin Sister To Death Arrested In South Carolina

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North Texas Man Accused Of Beating Twin Sister To Death Arrested In South Carolina

North Texas Man Accused Of Beating Twin Sister To Death Arrested In South Carolina

Police in North Texas say he beat his twin sister to death and then went on the run.

Today David Conditt is in custody.

According to Haltom City police, U.S. Marshals and deputies with the Charleston, South Carolina Sheriff’s Office took him into custody on August 19.

Officials say Conditt was arrested without incident.

Katie Johnston reports.

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