Attorney General Wilson announces Sumter man indicted for attempted sexual assault of nursing home resident
(COLUMBIA, S.C.) – South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced that a Sumter County Grand Jury has indicted Towodi Shequoyah, 37 years old, aka Abdullah Muhammad, on two charges. An investigation conducted by the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office and the S.C. Attorney General revealed that Shequoyah exposed himself to and attempted to sexually assault a nursing home resident in February 2021. Shequoyah was employed at the nursing home at the time.
- Date:July 12, 2021
- Agency:South Carolina Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies