Colby Raymond Kopacz is a white man from South Carolina, United States. He is William J. Kopacz and Amy Joanne Kopacz’s son.
William and Amy have another son named David Kopacz. David and Colby have five sisters namely Doreen Kopacz Pouliot, Denise Kopacz Momaney, Tamara Kopacz Conboy, Holly L. Kopacz and Dutchess Kopacz.
Colby has lived in different parts of South Carolina including Little River, Longs and North Myrtle Beach. Here are 13 more tings about him:
- In January 2010, he was convicted of assault and battery in Horry County, South Carolina.
- In March 2010, he was convicted of assault and battery in Horry County.
- In July 2011, he was charged with three counts of arson in Horry County.
- In February 2012, he was convicted of arson in Horry County.
- In July 2013, he was convicted of possession of marijuana in Horry County.
- In October 2013, he was convicted of criminal domestic violence in Horry County.
- In December 2014, he allegedly entered a house in Little River and assaulted two people inside.
- In January 2016, he was convicted of two counts of third-degree assault and battery in Horry County.
- In March 2018, he was convicted of second-degree battery in Santa Rosa County, Florida, USA.
- In May 2019, he faced fugitive charges in Horry County.
- On June 12, 2019, he was arrested in Santa Rosa County for violation of probation or community control.
- On August 30, 2021, his father passed away at Seacoast Medical Center in Little River due to new coronavirus (COVID-19) complications.
- After his father’s death, he lived with his mother in her house in Little River. On October 30, 2021, he allegedly assaulted her. She died at 7:30 pm. That day, Pensacola Police Department officers arrested him in Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida in connection to the homicide of his mother. He was booked into the Escambia County Detention Center in Pensacola while awaiting extradition to Horry County. He was 29 years old when both of his parents died. At 12:35 p.m. on November 24, 2021, he was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center in Conway, Horry County and charged with murder and grand larceny.