Lexington County, SC - (Paul Kirby) – When the body of Faye Marie Swetlik returns to Lexington County from the coast, she will not be alone. Her remains had been taken to MUSC in the City of Charleston for an autopsy as part of the investigation into her homicide. According to Coroner Margaret Fisher, deputies with the Charleston County Sheriff’s Department will be providing a motorcade to accompany her back to her home county where she will eventually have a service to honor her life.
Fisher said the motorcade has already left MUSC. It did so at noon Saturday. Once the deputies get into Lexington County, they will exit I-26 at Airport Blvd (Exit 113). This will take them right past the neighborhood she called home and where her life was taken from her at such a young age.
Fisher said that the motorcade will travel through the Columbia Airport Expressway, turn onto Platt Springs Road, and eventually travel South Lake Drive toward Lexington until they reach their destination, Caughman-Harman Funeral Home at 503 North Lake Drive in Lexington.
The Charleston County Sheriff’s Department will travel the entire distance with Faye.