Coty Taylor Biography, Coty Taylor Wiki
Coty Scott Taylor is the man linked to the death of 6-year-old Faye Swetlik, a South Carolina girl who was found dead in the Churchhill Heights neighborhood of Cayce, South Carolina on Thursday, February 13, 2020. Faye Swetlik went missing in her neighborhood on Monday, February 10, 2020.
Here is the first look we are getting of Coty Taylor. The Beaufort County School District confirms he attended Bluffton High School from 2003-2007 and graduated in 2007. He had good academics and no disciplinary record. This a yearbook photo we received. @wis10 pic.twitter.com/6eVFBicJjU
— Jason Raven (@JasonWISTV) February 14, 2020
On Friday, February 14, 2020, investigators linked Taylor to the death of Faye Swetlik after a critical piece of evidence found in a trash can in the community during routine search led them to the girl’s location, and ultimately, Taylor’s home. Taylor’s body was later found inside his home on Picadilly Square
According to the Cayce Department of Public Safety Sgt. Evan Antley, the evidence involved something on the missing person flyers that had been out there for days. Antley said Taylor did not have a criminal history and was “unknown” to law enforcement.
Coty Scott Taylor Age
He was 30 years old.
Coty Scott Taylor Education
Taylor graduated from Bluffton High School in 2007, and later enrolled at The University of South Carolina Bluffton in the fall of 2007. He transferred to the Columbia campus in 2008. According to the university, he was a math major. Taylor withdrew in the spring of 2009, and there is no record of his graduation.
Coty Scott Taylor Job
According to the corporate offices of Jimmy Johns, Taylor stopped working there in 2015.
Education and Career
Taylor graduated from Bluffton High School in 2007, and later enrolled at The University of South Carolina Beaufort in the fall of 2007. He transferred to the Columbia campus in 2008.
According to the university, he was a math major. Taylor withdrew in the spring of 2009, and there is no record of his graduation.
Cayce DPS Sgt. Evan Antley said Friday that Taylor did not have a criminal history and was “unknown” to law enforcement.
Coty Scott Taylor used to work at a Jimmy John’s in the Columbia, South Carolina, area. Heavy called a restaurant located about 5 miles away from Taylor’s apartment in Cayce. The manager stated that Taylor had worked at a different location that had been closed down for at least two years, and then directed this reporter to contact the corporate office.
Fay Swetlik Killer
Coty Scott Taylor was not known to local law enforcement. The Cayce Department of Public Safety says he did not have a criminal history.
The Cayce Department of Public Safety says Taylor’s death is linked to Faye’s. Officials say Taylor was a neighbor and that he was found dead inside his home. Investigators have not labeled Taylor as a suspect in Faye’s death at this point.
Police say they discovered Faye Swetlik’s body in a wooded area near Coty Taylor’s apartment. The evidence suggested she had not been in that area for very long, officials said. Officials have not commented on the state of her body when they found her or whether she had been buried.
The Cayce Department of Public Safety revealed Coty Scott Taylor was found dead inside his home. He lived in a townhouse apartment located at 602 Picaddily Square. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.
Police say during the three-day search for Faye, investigators had been inside Taylor’s home and had spoken with him about the case. Taylor’s apartment was located just steps away from Faye Swetlik’s home, according to a Google Maps search.
Police clarified that Taylor was not a relative of Faye’s family, and he was not friends with the Swetlik family, either. He was “merely a neighbor.” But police say that at this stage of the investigation, they believe the two deaths are connected.