Program on stopping crime held at library

by | July 6, 2018 5:00 pm

Last Updated: July 3, 2018 at 12:27 pm

On Saturday, U.N.I.T.Y. held “Split Second Change” at the Colleton Memorial Library. Local parents, siblings, funeral directors and friends shared what it’s like to hear that your loved one is gone and how hard it is to cope with the news. Following the speakers, a panel discussion was held on how to take back the community and cut down on the number of tragedies. From left are three of the speakers: Tameaka Legette, assistant solicitor, Dolphus Pinckney, retired sheriff’s deputy, and Chakieria Allen, U.N.I.T.Y. executive director.

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  1. Comment by David Guy

    July 6, 2018 at 7:58 pm

    What would help is if once arrested on gun charges the magistrate judges woukd stop eith thecrevolving door catch andcrelease policy they currently practice.My brotherJesse Guy,was murdered on Volleton county by Andre Crawford a man who from 2013-2015 has 3 gun charges and 2 drug charges filed against him and 3 of those 5 charges were dusmissed and hebwas out on bail the night of may 28,2016 when he shot my brother in the back and seriously wounded his friend and co worker Bruce Martin.The citizens of Colleton county deserve better and need to hold those that let monsters like Andre nack out on the streets accountable by removing them from office.


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