Bond denied for man accused of wrong-way crash that killed firefighter

GREENVILLE, S.C. — The 25-year-old man accused of killing a North Greenville Fire Dept. firefighter on Thursday morning following a Sheriff's Office chase and wrong-way crash was denied bond on Friday night.

John William Kennedy, of Greer, is charged with:

• Two attempted murder charges, both stemming from West Blue Ridge Dr. in Greenville, where the chase began and Kennedy allegedly hit a Greenville County Deputy;

• Failure to stop with death;

• Leaving the scene with death;

• Reckless homicide death; and,

• Miscellaneous other property and driving charges.

Kennedy was denied bond on several of the charges and remains in the Greenville County Detention Center.


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