The body of a man with Williamston ties, who disappeared from Anderson earlier this week, was found Thursday in a wooded area near the Saluda River in South Greenville County.
According to reports, Bobby Shane Harvey’s body was found Thursday off Holliday Circle within a few miles of where his burned pickup was discovered Tuesday night. Harvey’s white Ford F-350 was found burned on the Greenville County side of Pelzer Tuesday.
Harvey, 44, his dog and his white 2004 Ford F350 disappeared Sunday from All Ride LLC, a car dealership on U.S. 29 Business in Anderson where he worked. The body of Harvey’s dog was found Tuesday on the side of road in Craytonville near State Hwy. 20 and State Hwy. 252 in Anderson County. Harvey’s phone was also found in Craytonville, officials said.
Greenville County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Ryan Flood said Harvey’s body was located alongside Holiday Circle about 12:55 p.m. Thursday by a drone was being used by investigators.
According to reports, his mother, Valerie Remson of Williamston, said Harvey had struggled with drugs and trouble. Remsen said her son has been off drugs for about six years, but she believed whatever happened to him is tied to past decisions. Harvey had been out of jail for only a few weeks prior to his disappearance.
Family and friends held a prayer vigil for Harvey Wednesday night.