Home of Ascot Estates Shooting for Sale
The home of Brett and Tammy Parker has been listed on real estate websites.
The Ascot Estates home where two people were shot and killed earlier this year is up for sale.
The five-bedroom home is listed on several real estate sites including Realtor.com for $749,000.
The home — owned by Brett and Tammy Jo Parker — sits at the end of Tackeria Court in Irmo.
Since then little information has been released and no charges have been filed.
The Richland County Sheriff's Department has released one page of an incident report that showed Brett Parker was unarmed and waiting outside the home when police arrived on the scene the day of the shooting.
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said his department was "agressively investigating" the case.
"We're still actively working on the case," Lott recently told Patch. "We continue to work on it every day."
David Fedor, defense attorney for Brett Parker, said he hasn't been informed of anything in the three months since the shootings and that he wasn't "at liberty to say anything right now."
Fedor told the station Brett Parker and Capnerhurst were involved in a sports bet and that Brett Parker owed money to Capnerhurst.
Fedor had said Capnerhurst had a gun, and that he shot and killed Tammy Jo Parker, according to the report.
Brett Parker was able to get to a gun that was on a safe and he shot Capnerhurst.
The sheriff's department has not released information of the details of the shootings.
Capnerhurst, 46, was the assistant athletic director for the Lexington County Recreation and Aging Commission and a coach in the Dixie Youth Baseball League, according to his obituary.