New Details Emerge In Florence Murder

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A Florence murder suspect is out of jail, just two days after admitting to stabbing a girl to death.

Police say a $50,000 bond was posted for Autumn Wood and she left the Florence Detention Center this morning.

According to officers, a fight escalated early Saturday morning leaving 14-year-old Brooklyn Hollins, dead.

Police say a fight between friends turned deadly when Autumn Wood grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed Hollins once in the chest.

Wood has been charged with murder and prosecutors plan to try the teenager as an adult, but just days after the attack, police say Wood is out of jail.

According to officers, the fight started inside a home on Winona Street in Florence.   Police say the victim was trying to help a friend, when Wood turned on her.

The fight broke out in the kitchen and investigators say Wood grabbed a kitchen knife to stab Hollins.

After the stabbing, Wood left the home but according to investigators, Wood eventually came back to the scene and turned herself in to police.

Police say about 15 people were inside the home for a party  at the time of the stabbing.  There were no adults or parents at home.

Wood will face a judge for the murder charge on May 7th.

Funeral arrangements are set for Brooklyn Ann Hollins. Her funeral is Wednesday, March 28 at 4:00pm at Spry Williams Funeral Home on Helton Drive in Florence. Visitation is from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.