GAFFNEY, S.C. — A man accused of blowing up Oasis Car Wash was charged in Cherokee County, according to FOX Carolina.
“There was a money [acceptor] that folks put their money in to go into the automatic carwash, [and] someone had put some sort of explosive device in front of that,” said Sheriff Steve Mueller in the article.
Mueller reported major damage to the wash’s money acceptor and walls, the article continued, which triggered investigators to look through video surveillance.
A vehicle was spotted on the surveillance system, the article reported, which was then located in Cherokee County.
“We followed this guy for a while building our case trying to make sure that they had the right person,” stated Mueller in the article.
In addition to being charged for the explosive allegedly used at the carwash, added the article, Jeffery Daily was also charged with possession of several different drugs and burglary of stolen checks deputies reported that they found during the investigation.
Mueller stated that the carwash explosion was not the first explosive allegedly planted around the city by Daily, the article noted.
You can find the article here.