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| Gaffney, South Carolina

Preston Emory Grant, 25, from Gaffney, South Carolina, on 11 March 2021

Victim Info

  • Preston Emory Grant
  • White/European American
  • 25
  • Male

Details

A trooper in North Carolina attempted to pull over a Jeep SUV in Cleveland County because the driver had several outstanding felony warrants. The chase came into Cherokee County where deputies pursued the SUV. The chase ended when the SUV crashed into a tree around 7:30 p.m. Preston Emory Grant, 25, and Simms Leigh Ottinger Wilson, 37, were killed.

Additional Evidence

  • Preston Emory Grant
  • 25
  • Male
  • European-American/White
  • European-American/White
  • Not imputed
  • Camellia Circle and W Buford Street
  • Gaffney
  • SC
  • 29341
  • Cherokee
  • Camellia Circle and W Buford Street Gaffney SC 29341 Cherokee
  • Cherokee County Sheriff's Office
  • Pending investigation
  • https://fatalencounters.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Preston-Emory-Grant.jpg

Source

Source ID: 29783 - Fatal Encounters


BEACON Data

Mainchain details

The BEACON hash was timestamped at and successfully submitted to Mainchain. The BEACON Timestamp ID is 58771. Submitted in Mainchain Tx 1BD7446636777DF1B11D9D9DA06BE3F82774FD0831BA57A624792FA30B71917D, at block height 4819895

Transaction details

Tx 1BD7446636777DF1B11D9D9DA06BE3F82774FD0831BA57A624792FA30B71917D
Sent from: und1hf4jjflctvxcfxh5mc47yqvugwcugm9xzevszk
Public Key Type: tendermint/PubKeySecp256k1
Public Key: A675rrH9WWpxIibCwaEs18WyVdsrByOXRqVay8/b8hGh
Signature: Aevuffpjiw6zVXlN8CguYgfcKi9T79TwITz6fxWts2psqq61mX+OT6jWSxZbBcklfmkwWocywIzVbwwaAqO7sQ==
Raw Tx data:

Hash Comparison

Hash stored in database: 7347c3061c68976893b18d1b7f4398029e76423d31b78c7482e1e39570eaaa8e

Hash from Mainchain Tx: 7347c3061c68976893b18d1b7f4398029e76423d31b78c7482e1e39570eaaa8e

Dynamically generated hash: fefe6f0655335a884dd1a3a852fcd98f69f61e1f96d9321def25abbfe82630c8

Hashes Match?
NO

How is the comparison calculated?

The hash stored in the database is used as the identifier for this report, and can be seen in the URL. The hash from the Mainchain Tx is the hash sent to and stored on Mainchain. Finally, the "generated hash" is generated each time this page is loaded, using the same data used for the hash submitted to Mainchain.

Raw data used to generate the hash, using the Node.js crypto.createHash('sha256') algorithm: