Baby: Missing South Carolina woman’s ex-boyfriend is charged with the murder of her current girlfriend.

Baby: Missing South Carolina woman's ex-boyfriend is charged with the murder of her current girlfriend.
South Carolina man Tyler Wilkins, who is accused of killing Clarissa Winchester and their newborn baby, is the ex-boyfriend of missing Jorden Nebling.

South Carolina man is charged with murder after the deaths of his girlfriend, their baby and their infant child. He was also the ex-boyfriend for a woman who disappeared in 2020.

Greenville County authorities charged Tyler Wilkins (22 years old) with murder, child abuse and neglect, as well as kidnapping, in connection to the latest crime.

Wilkins is currently facing a number of charges, including an attempted to murder charge dating back to 2021. According to county records, Wilkins posted a bond for over $4,000 and was released in January.

Mary Tucker, the stepmother for Jorden Nebling (21-year-old missing), said Wilkins shared a romantic relationship with Nebling. On October 10, 2020, the young woman disappeared without a trace. She was 19.


Tyler Wilkins is the accused of murdering Clarissa Winchester, their baby and their newborn child, as well as being Jorden Nebling’s ex-boyfriend. (Facebook/ Greenville County Sheriff’s Office

Tucker said that Wilkins took Nebling to Traveler’s Rest when her car had broken down the day she disappeared. Investigators were told by Wilkins that Nebling and he had been in a fight after she drove her to his house. She then left and no one has spoken to her since.


“In my heart I believe he did something for her. He was known for being abusive. Police have also searched his home. They found a concrete pad that he had just put down near the time she disappeared in her driveway. And I know that the police spent a lot of time talking to him. Unfortunately, Travelers — it is a very remote area,” Tucker stated. Tucker also said that there was a lot of undeveloped land in the town where anyone could hide evidence of a crime.

Nebling was close to her sister, and after her sister didn’t hear from Nebling for several weeks, she reached out to Mary Tucker, their stepmother, for help. (Mary Tucker)

Greenville County deputies responded on Wednesday evening to reports that a woman was missing from Saw Mill Road. According to FOX Carolina, Clarrissa Michelle Winchester, the deceased, and her infant child were found upon arrival.

Wilkins is accused in trapping Winchester and attacking her at her home, causing blunt force trauma to Winchester’s neck and head, and. FOX Carolina reported that Wilkins is also accused in the alleged murder of the mother of the baby.

Jorden Nebling disappeared on October 9, 2020. On that day, Nebling and “a man” she was seeing, Nebling borrowed a car from Travelers Rest to take to Cowpens to visit friends. (Mary Tucker)

Wilkins has also been charged with aggravated assault and possession of a deadly weapons, as well as domestic violence, among other charges. According to Greenville County, Wilkins was most recently charged in February with possessing stolen goods. He posted bond in April.

Wilkins was not charged with any crime in connection to Nebling’s disappearance.

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Nebling is 5’5″ and 110 pounds. Her blonde hair is blond with blue eyes. She also has a tattoo on her left arm that says “Live free”.

Investigators want anyone with information on the missing woman to call Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 23CRIME or 864-271-5210.

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