Archive for November 9, 2012
Police Officer James “Jim” Davies
Lakewood Police Department, Colorado
End of Watch: Friday, November 9, 2012
Bio & Incident Details
Tour: 6 years, 6 months
Badge # Not available
Incident Date: 11/9/2012
Weapon: Gun; Unknown type
Police Officer Jim Davies was shot and killed in a friendly fire incident while securing the scene of a crime.
Lakewood officers were responding to a prowler call near West 20th Avenue and Eaton Streetwhen they heard gunfire coming from a house on Eaton Street. The officers took three subjects into custody after one man was observed firing a handgun in front of the house. As multiple officers worked to secure the perimeter of the house Officer Davies was mistaken for an assailant and was fatally shot by another officer. He was pronounced dead on scene.
Officer Davies served with the Lakewood Police Department for six and one half years and was assigned to the Special Enforcement Team. He is survived by his wife and two young children.
Please contact the following agency to send condolences or to obtain funeral arrangements:
Chief Kevin Paletta
Lakewood Police Department
445 S Allison Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: (303) 987-7111
AUBURN AL Nov 9 2012 - The Auburn football program has contracted with a private security firm to help enforce player curfews, an official with the company confirmed to The Advertiser.
Stanley Dallas, the Auburn Regional Manager of the Event Operations Group, confirmed members of his staff are working in conjunction with members of Auburn’s football player development department to “enforce” player curfews throughout the week.
The Event Operations Group, Inc. is a “national full service event management, staffing, and security provider,” according to its website. The firm is used by facilities across the country, including at Auburn and other SEC schools such as Ole Miss and Mississippi State, to staff on-campus events in a variety of capacities including security, parking attendants and stadium ushers.
Curfews are a common practice on the evenings before games but Auburn instituted a nightly curfew, a far more rare practice, and the use of paid personnel from a private security firm to assist in enforcing a curfew may be unprecedented.
“We always do what’s in the best interest of our team,” Auburn coach Gene Chizik said. “We have a curfew check and we have to employ people to help us with some of the kids off campus. Other than that I’m not going into any details of any of that.
“I’ve got one focus and that is Georgia. So we got our work cut out for that and be glad to answer any questions about Georgia.”
Dallas said the operation – which includes members of his staff going to the homes of football players who live off-campus and confirming they are home by the team’s 11 p.m. curfew – began shortly after the arrest of center Reese Dismukes for public intoxication on Aug. 25. Dallas said when the use of his staff for curfew checks began a few players were not pleased and had to be spoken to by members of the Player Development staff.
How many members of the EOG are used in the operation, their works hours, compensation and level of training is unclear. When called by the Advertiser for additional information, Dallas said he would have to check with his corporate office to see what he could disclose.
A representative from EOG’s corporate office said it is company policy not to discuss services provided to clients and referred inquiries to Auburn’s athletic department. William Walley, the EOG District Manager at Ole Miss, said his staff does not perform such responsibilities with the Rebels teams.
The decision to use such aggressive tactics sheds light onto the level of trust between Auburn’s coaches and players, stemming back even before a game was played by Auburn (2-7, 0-6 SEC) which is in the midst of its worst football season in 60 years.
The curfew has been a source of frustration for Auburn football players, many of whom have complained via social media, including last week during Halloween. Several tweets by players from that evening have since been deleted.
University president Jay Gogue issued a statement two weeks ago saying he shared the concerns of many fans and “the football program will be evaluated in an objective, thorough and professional process.” Gogue made no mention of Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs, who has been unavailable for comment, or Chizik in his statement.
Chizik is paid $3.5 million annually and is under contract through 2015. He has a buyout in his contract which will depreciate to $7.5 million on Dec. 1.
The Advertiser asked to speak to Ben Thomas, Auburn football’s Director of Player Development, and was told Chizik would answer any inquiries regarding the policy.
Dismukes has not been available for comment since his arrest and has been requested by the media every week, including twice this week by The Advertiser.
El Paso TX Nov 9 2012 El Paso lawyer Marco Antonio Delgado, 46, was arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering of over $1 million, federal officials said.
Agents from the office of Homeland Security Investigations arrested Delgado on Friday at aWest Side restaurant, a representative from the office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said.
Delgado allegedly worked with the Milenio drug cartel, or Cártel de los Valencia, based in the Mexican state of Jalisco, officials said.
The local attorney had his initial appearance in federal court Monday afternoon. A federal magistrate scheduled a detention hearing for 9:30 a.m. Thursday.
Delgado will remain detained at the County Jail without bond.
The indictment against Delgado was still sealed Monday afternoon.
According to ICE, the local attorney allegedly conspired with other individuals to launder money believed to be from drug-trafficking proceeds between July 2007 and December 2008.
The investigation revealed that Delgado is linked to the Mexican drug organization and conspired to launder more that $600 million. Delgado allegedly delayed extradition warrants of Mexican nationals serving sentences on drug charges in the United States, according to ICE.
Delgado’s defense attorney, José Montes Jr., declined to comment on the case, but mentioned that his client will plead not guilty on the money laundering charges. If found guilty, Delgado could face up to 20 years in prison
and pay a maximum of a $250,000 fine.
Montes Jr. confirmed that his client worked at Delgado & Associates, P.C., located on the West Side.
The law firm was operating Monday. A woman who answered the phone declined to comment on the lawyer’s arrest.
According to its website, the law firm has offices in Texas; Calgary, Canada; Distrito Federal, México; Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos islands.
It describes itself as a “boutique law firm uniquely designed and committed to provide its clients with unparalleled legal services in the areas of energy regulation (power and gas), alternative energy, international business, international energy, and international transaction planning.”
The Web links that lead to the firm’s members and significant cases are “under construction.”
The investigation that led to the arrest of Delgado was coordinated by HSI El Paso’s financial group and the HSI-led Southwest Border Financial Operations and Currency United Strike Force, a multi-agency group that includes federal and state agencies that target financial crimes.
Source-El Paso Times
Davisville Fla Nov 9 2012 Two people have been charged with murdering a store owner inside a Davisville lottery store Tuesday afternoon.
Malcolm Troy McGhee, Jr., 24, was arrested early Wednesday morning inEscambia County, Alabama, and is awaiting extradition to Florida.
Brent Dewayne Lambeth, age 20 of Atmore, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by the U.S. Marshals Task Force, Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, a Century Correctional Institution K-9 team and the Escambia County (Ala.) Sheriff’s Office. He was taken into custody at or near a trailer in a wooded area on Sandy Hollow Lane near Walnut Hill. He is being held in theEscambia County (Fla.) Jail without bond.
Both men are charged with murder and robbery with a firearm.
The longtime owner of the State Line O’ Yes Lotto on Highway 97 in Davisville, 74-year old Thomas “Tommy” Kroll was shot and killed during an exchange of gunfire during the robbery about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Investigators said they received information from confidential sources that led to the arrests. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office said Kroll’s business was specifically targeted by Lambeth and McGhee because of previous purchases of “Spice” and that the duo “intended on robbing the store of more Spice that day”.
Poughkeepsie, NY Nov 9 2012
A Vassar College Safety and Security officer is recovering today from injuries sustained
when the officer lost control of the vehicle and crashed into several trees according to police.
According to Director of Safety and Security Don Marsala, the officer, who has not been identified, crashed causing the car to catch on fire, causing several loud explosions and a large jet of flames that could be seen from several locations on campus
The Poughkeepsie Police and the Fire Department responded to the scene to assist and transported the officer to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Vassar Safety and Security along with police are investigating the accident.
The Safety and Security officer is currently resting safely.
Washington DC Nov 9 2012 A man was charged early Wednesday with hitting a uniformed U.S. Secret Service agent who was trying to break up a fight along a White House fence, according to authorities.
Brian Leary, a spokesman for the Secret Service, identified the suspect as Robert Paul Newman, 18. Leary said the incident occurred about 12:35 a.m. along Pennsylvania Avenue.
Newman was charged in a criminal citation with assault and battery on a police officer, Leary said.
Leary said he did not know why the two people were arguing.
A crowd gathered in the area of the White House after about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday night when the election was called for President Obama.
Newman has been released pending a court hearing.
Chicago IL Nov 9 2012 A woman trying to steal 10 purses from a TJ Maxx store at 11 N. State St. Sunday, Nov. 4, pulled a gun on a security guard chasing her out of the store.
Police said the woman entered the store at around 1:30 p.m. Nov. 4 and selected six purses worth over $1,000 and then left the store without paying. When a security guard tried to detain her, she pulled a handgun from her pocket and pointed it at the guard.
The guard was able to recover four of the purses, police said, before the woman ran up theWabash Avenue section of the Loop and escaped. Police said the woman appeared to be accompanied by a 35-year-man and 16-year-old girl. She was described as 5-foot-6 and 190 pounds and between the ages of 35 and 40.
Thousand Oaks CA Nov 9 2012 A Florida man was arrested on suspicion of extortion this week in what Thousand Oaks police described as a moving-company fraud.
Last month, a woman hired Flat Rate Movers, based in Atlanta, to move property from her former Georgia home to her new home in Thousand Oaks, the Thousand Oaks Police Department said.
After picking up her property, the moving company demanded thousands of dollars more than the price in the original contract, authorities said. The woman paid the additional money, worried that she would not get her property, police said.
On Sunday, a driver for the company whom police identified as Jack Romanski, 44, of Earlton,Fla., spoke to the woman again, demanding several thousand dollars more to deliver her belongings, authorities said. She also was told not to contact police, officials said.
Authorities arrested Romanski that day at a storage unit in Thousand Oaks, where he was expected to drop off the woman’s property, police said. The property was recovered.
Romanski was booked into Ventura County jail on suspicion of extortion, police said. He remained in jail Wednesday in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Police said the moving company has a history of customer complaints and problems and that detectives were investigating.
Thousand Oaks police say that people hiring a moving company should visit https://www.protectyourmove.gov.
Alabama pharmacy technician charged in theft of large amount of prescription narcotics www.privateofficer.com
DOTHAN, Alabama Nov 9 2012– Dothan Police have arrested a pharmacy technician suspected of stealing a large amount of prescription narcotics from the Southeast Alabama Medical Center.
Jacob Benton, 25, of Newville, was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with first-degree theft of property and is being held on $30,000 bond.
According to police, an internal investigation by the hospital revealed a pharmacy technician had manipulated a narcotics dispensing machine to obtain methadone, hydrocodone and oxycontin.
The thefts occurred between January 2012 and November 2012.
According to police, 17,135 pills valued at about $15,000 were seized in this case.
Cleveland OH Nov 9 2012 According to a new study conducted by Cleveland-based market research firm The Freedonia Group, demand for private contracted security services – including systems integration, alarm monitoring, security consulting, and guard services among others – in the U.S. is expected to increase 5.4 percent annually to $64.5 billion in 2016.
The research firm said that this increase in demand, which had been stymied somewhat by the recession, will be driven by a gradually improving economy and a growth in both residential and commercial construction.
David Petina, an industry analyst with The Freedonia Group, said that systems integration will be one of the largest growing segments of the security industry throughout the country as the construction industry begins to rebound.
“That (market) is going to grow real well because there is going to be a lot of building rehab coming out of the building market downturn, so you’re going to get a lot more systems being installed and put together,” he explained. “You’ve also got some older systems that are starting to show their age and people are going to upgrade to new capabilities and do some redesigns.”
Specifically, Petina said he expects there will be more integration of video surveillance networks with access control systems and intrusion alarms. He believes this work will be outsourced more to systems integrators moving forward.
“As a lot of (these security devices) have moved toward the information technology realm, that idea is more common, the idea of outsourcing that work is very, very common in that industry where maybe firms that may have been reticent to outsource security operations are more comfortable outsourcing things that seem like information technology to them,” Petina explained.
With an increasing number of states passing regulations that focus on businesses having better trained security officers, Petina said that will also have a big impact on the guard services market.
“When you have better trained guards, they can be priced a little bit more at a premium, so you start to avoid a race to the bottom where people say ‘oh, I’m going to take the cheapest contract,’” he said. “That has been the general trend there and from the guarding company’s perspective, they’re trying to sell value-added service on that – whether it’s someone manning the front desk and viewing monitors or whether it is a guard who is monitoring access control systems and maybe doing some walks to monitor the perimeter or areas within the building.”
While the construction industry hasn’t exactly returned to what it was prior to the housing market crash in 2007, Petina said that the study’s projections take into account how things are expected to do in the longer term, which in this case bodes well for the private security industry, especially alarm installers and monitoring companies.
“Five years out, you’re going to have a rebound in the housing market. There it’s demographic, it’s people – whether it’s continued immigration, household size continuing to decline, people moving from bigger houses into smaller houses as they become empty nesters – you have all of those factors that are going to start benefitting the construction market once the economy really starts to improve,” he said.
Commercial construction, particularly of retail and office developments, as well as healthcare facilities, is also expected to increase, which will subsequently create more opportunities for security firms, according to Petina.
Though they didn’t take the recent election into account in the study, Petina said that the area of the private contract security industry that could potentially be impacted by politics include lawmakers’ positions on the outsourcing of guard services at federal buildings and the privatization of correctional “The fact that we’re going to be building more is a bigger deal long term. Just because you have more buildings means you will have upgrades to facilities, you have rebuilding of things or repurposing of a building,” he said. “Those underlying trends are going to be where a lot of your market is and some of these other things… it’s not something you can really predict.”
MARION, Ind. Nov 9 2012 - Police in Marion have made an arrest on a man who was pretending to be an officer.
A woman reported a man in an unmarked SUV pulled her over just after 7 p.m. Monday night.
She says the phony officer asked for her license and registration and even her infant childs’ social security card and birth certificate.
Police tell 24-Hour News 8 this the second time someone has reported being pulled over by an imposter within the past few days.
“It’s just not normal for an average citizen to be stopping somebody impersonating an officer without some type of ill intent in mind,” said Deputy Chief Cliff Sessoms with the Marion Police Department.
Police arrested Shawn Martin, 30, on a warrant for impersonation of a public servant Wednesday. This is in connection to the incident that occurred on Nov. 2 when a resident reported he was stopped by a suspect who represented himself as a law enforcement officer.
OGDEN UT Nov 9 2012 — Police have arrested a former teacher, Liza-Anne Roberts, 26, on charges of sexual exploitation of a minor.
The Ogden Police Department said Roberts purchased a phone and gave it to a 14-year-old male student at MoundFort Junior High School, 1396 Liberty Ave., where she was a teacher.
Officers executed a search warrant and confirmed that partially nude photos were transmitted back and forth between two phones, which were both owned by Roberts.
Ogden School District spokeswoman Donna Corby said the Mound Fort principal received “a concern regarding a teacher” on Oct. 21.
The principal called the school’s resource officer, Anthony Powers, and on Oct. 22 the teacher was placed on paid administrative leave. The school district and Ogden police both began to investigate, Corby said.
“The employee was terminated on Oct. 26 and referred to the Utah Professional Practices Advisory Commission of the State Office of Education to determine whether she will continue to have a teaching license in the state of Utah,” Corby said.
The Division of Child and Family Services will assess the student to see if he will need additional help in the future.
Ogden Police Lt. Danielle Croyle praised Powers’ work on the case and with the school district.
Police booked Roberts into Weber County Jail on charges of sexual exploitation of a minor, a second-degree felony, and dealing in harmful material to a minor, a third-degree felonsource-standard.net
Bronx NY Nov 9 2012 A Bronx dad drowned his 5-year-old son in bathtub — and then fed his 7-year-old daughter rat poison, police sources said Wednesday.
Leonardo Espinal was babysitting the kids at his stepmother’s University Heights apartment when he called their mom, from whom he was estranged, and threatened to kill himself, sources said.
The alarmed mother, Rosaura Abreu, called Espinal’s stepmom, who found the daughter sleeping in her vomit on a couch and the suspect locked in a bathroom with the boy, police said.
Cops broke down the door and found Espinal with his son Stewart, who was undressed and unconscious, in his arms, sources said.
The kids’ mom arrived at the apartment – just as the cops made the heartbreaking discovery.
“Leo killed my baby,” she later told family friend Francisco Medrano.
Espinal and Abreu had been together for about a decade before she kicked him out of theirWalton St. apartment about 15 days ago, said Medrano, 42.
“I imagine that the only reason why he would do something like that is for revenge over the separation,” Medrano added.
Little Stewart and his sister Mia were rushed to Saint Barnabas Hospital, where Stewart died at 2:50 a.m. Wednesday. His sister survived.
Espinal, 47, was dragged screaming and dressed in long underwear out of his stepmother’s W. 179th St. building, neighbors said. He was taken to Bronx Lebanon Hospital for observation and charges against him were pending.
“The police officers went into the building and came out carrying the little boy with the mother running along side him, screaming in Spanish,” said neighbor Tony Goff, 60. “The boy was limp, the officer was doing CPR, chest compressions on him.”
The stepmother’s grandsons, 6 and 10, were also inside the apartment but they were not harmed, sources said. Those two boys aren’t related to Espinal.
Police sources said Abreu had taken up with another man, but friends wouldn’t confirm that account.
The domestic drama turned deadly after Espinal picked up the kids up at 10 a.m. Tuesday to babysit them. Espinal was supposed to return them to Abreu at midnight, but he called and asked if they could spend the night and she agreed. Forty minutes later, Espinal called and threatened to commit suicide, sources said.
Neighbors in the building reported hearing a scream shortly before police arrived.
AUSTELL GA Nov 9 2012 — A former security guard is accused of raping and sexually assaulting women at a facility for people with mental health and substance abuse problems.
Moses Roscoe “Moe” Eaddy, 43, was arrested Oct. 29 on one count of rape and two counts of sexual assault, all felonies.
Eaddy is accused of attacking women on Sept. 10 and 17 in a storage room at The Circle, located at 6133 Love St. in Austell, which offers mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability treatment to residents of Cobb and Douglas counties.
The GBI identified three victims who were clients of the facility. GBI Spokesman John Bankhead said the victims have disabilities.
The facility is the base of the Cobb Community Services Board peer support program, which won the 2012 peer support program of the year award Aug. 23 at the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network’s 21st annual Consumer Conference on St. Simons Island.
The program, according to a Journal report dated Sept. 13, provides “structured activities that encourage socialization, recovery, wellness, self-advocacy and enhancement of independent living skills.”
Cobb Community Services Board spokesman Allan Lipsett said Eaddy had passed a state background check with no red flags and was hired in February, but was dismissed in September when the board learned of the allegations.
While in jail, Eaddy was served with a warrant for a third incident occurring between Aug. 1 and Sept. 18 at a private residence in Austell. The victim in that case was also a client of The Circle, according to the warrant.
Eaddy, who was arrested at his Duluth home, is being held in the Cobb Jail. His bail has been set at $25,000.
Source: The Marietta Daily
Rockville MD Nov 9 2012 Montgomery County voters on Tuesday approved the County Council’s move to strip the Fraternal Order of Police of some of its bargaining rights.
Unofficial election results showed voters easily upholding the measure, which backs the Democratic County Council’s 9-0 vote to strip away the Fraternal Order of Police’s “effects bargaining” rights. Those rights allow the union to bargain over every management decision, including requiring officers to check their email daily and clothing allowances for undercover officers — the only police union in the state to have such rights.
“What the voters are saying is, ‘Let’s make a good police department even better,’ ” said Patrick Lacefield, director of the Montgomery County Public Information Office. “People looked at the merits of the issue and decided that the reform that the County Council passed made sense.”
The issue has created friction between the union and the county, after county officials spent taxpayer money to campaign for the referendum. Union officials said that was illegal, though Maryland State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt closed a criminal investigation on the matter last month, saying county officials acted in good faith.
Union leaders filed a lawsuit against County Executive Ike Leggett and Lacefield for illegal expenditure of taxpayer money for campaigning.
“The county executive and the County Council should be embarrassed and ashamed of using hundreds of thousands of dollars of county taxpayer funds,” said Lanny Davis, an attorney for the Fraternal Order of Police. “The executive and council barely won with only a little more than half the vote.”
Many voters said they were confused by the referendum’s wording on the ballot.
Geraldine Jennings, 58, of Kensington, said she voted in favor of the question, though she wasn’t as confident on that measure as others. She said she researched before voting, but like many others, it wasn’t one of the issues she was most passionate about.
Others, like Mac McDaniel, 52, of Silver Spring, were very much in favor of Question B. As a longtime conservative, McDaniel said he favored limited union power.
“They have too much power in this county,” he said.
JACKSON, Miss.Nov 9 2012 (AP) – The last of 3 former Jackson police officers charged in a bribery case has pleaded guilty.
WAPT TV reports (http://bit.ly/STyodv) Anthony Ricardo Payne changed his plea to guilty on Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Jackson, one week before his trial was to begin.
Two other former officers, Monyette Quintel Jefferson and Terence Dale Jenkins, pleaded guilty Oct. 17. Their sentencing is set for Jan. 7. However, it may be pushed to Feb. 28, to coincide with Payne’s sentencing hearing.
The three men were indicted on charges of accepting bribes to protect drug shipments. It turned out the men they thought were drug dealers were really FBI agents.
COVINGTON, Tenn. Nov 9 2012 (AP) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says it has arrested the administrator of a nonprofit organization in Tipton County on theft charges.
The TBI says 57-year-old Allen Parnelle Brown was arrested Wednesday on charges of theft over $1,000 and theft over $10,000. Brown is the administrator of the Tipton Cares nonprofit organization.
The TBI alleges that Brown opened a credit card for the nonprofit in his name and also received a donation of a truck for Tipton Cares and gave it to a relative without board approval. The TBI says Brown also transferred a certificate of deposit from Tipton Cares to an account held by him.
Brown is being held on $15,000 bond. A General Sessions court clerk says she could not provide lawyer information for jail inmates over the phone.
Lexington NC Nov 9 2012
An armored car company said $41,000 is missing after one of its security trucks overturned on U.S. 52 on Monday night.
Not all of the money spilled out onto U.S. Highway 52 North in Davidson County after a traffic accident Monday night has been recovered, officials with Brinks have reported to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.
Brinks filed a report with the sheriff’s office Tuesday night that $41,000 was missing from the two-vehicle accident involving one of the company’s trucks.
The accident was reported at 9:26 p.m. Monday.
A spokesman with Brinks said Wednesday morning he nor any other officials could comment on the missing money.
Sheriff David Grice said his office received the report from Brinks late Tuesday night. He confirmed the sheriff’s office is conducting an investigation into the matter. Grice said deputies did not know how much money spilled onto the highway as the sheriff’s office relied on Brinks officials to report how much money was missing.
The N.C. Highway Patrol, the agency that investigated the accident, reported Tuesday morning that all of the money had been recovered. Brinks officials discovered the missing money during an audit, the sheriff said.
Grice said the sheriff’s office had no suspects as of Wednesday morning. He encourages anyone with information concerning the larceny of the money to call Lexington Area Crimestoppers at 243-2400.
Meanwhile, the two Brinks employees — 32-year-old Michael Gerringer of Winston-Salem and 23-year-old John Baldwin of Kernersville — who were in the truck involved in the accident remained hospitalized Wednesday morning. A spokeswoman with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center inWinston-Salem said Gerringer was in serious condition, and Baldwin, 23, was in good condition. Gerringer, the driver of the Brinks truck, was transported by AirCare to the hospital and Baldwin by Davidson County EMS.
Pam Kearns, a spokeswoman with the Highway Patrol, said Tuesday that Gerringer was driving the Brinks truck in the right lane of U.S. 52 North near mile marker 95 when a Kia being driven by Mayda Brotons, 47, of Kernersville, changed lanes and struck the truck. She said the truck went off the road to the right, hit an embankment and overturned, at which time it spilled its money. Kearns said the Kia went off the road to the left and came to a stop in a median between the north and southbound lanes of U.S. 52.
Brotons was not transported after the accident, Kearns said. She was charged with improper lane change and an insurance/registration violation.
Kearns said the estimated damage to the truck was $300,000.
Georgetown County SC Nov 9 2012 A man was arrested Tuesday in connection with the assault of a security guard at a club in Georgetown County in July.
Maurice Thomas McCallum, 29, of Green Sea is charged with attempted murder and is being held at the Georgetown County Detention Center. Bond has not been set.
On July 15, deputies were called to the 701 Club on North Fraser Street where a female security guard was assaulted with a pool stick when she tried to break up a fight, according to a Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office report.
An employee with the club said two men that nobody seemed to know fled headed towardsConway after the woman was hit. The woman suffered serious head injuries, was unresponsive to deputies and emergency medical personnel and couldn’t give them her name. She was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina for treatment