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December 21, 2010by admin0

2 Marion officers arrested for misconduct

MARION, SC (WMBF) Two officers of the law in Marion were placed in handcuffs and charged with misconduct in office, according to a news release from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.Those police officers, Franklin Delano Brown and Eric Rayburn Walters, were arrested and booked into the Marion County Detention Center Thursday morning for charges connected to an incident that occurred on April 2.Warrants indicate Eric Walters responded to a call with assistance from Franklin Brown. The officers were on duty when witnesses claim they saw them assault a woman with “excessive force” by tasing her several times.The warrants issued by SLED do not indicate why police responded to the call on Jones Avenue that day, or the condition of the victim after the tasing.Brown and Walters are both charged with assault and battery and misconduct in office. Each of those charges carry a possible sentence of up to ten years in prison.Both men have been relieved of their duties with the Marion Police Department. This case is being investigated by SLED.Man returns to flooded childhood home to retrieve sentimental possessions of late fatherMan returns to flooded childhood home to retrieve sentimental possessions of late fatherUpdated: Tuesday,pandora rings uk October 11 2016 7:20 PM EDT2016 10 11 23:20:01 GMTA man returns to his mom’s flooded home in Nichols on Monday to retrieve possessions. (Source: Jeremy Finger)A Myrtle Beach resident returned to his childhood home in Nichols on Monday to rescue sentimental possessions and his mother’s cat after the house flooded Sunday night.A Myrtle Beach resident returned to his childhood home in Nichols on Monday to rescue sentimental possessions and his mother’s cat after the house flooded Sunday night.More >>Flooding forced the evacuation of dozens of residents in Nichols. (Source: Terry Sarvis)As area rivers continue to rise following Hurricane Matthew, WMBF News is receiving photos of flood damage from across the Grand Strand and the Pee Dee.As area rivers continue to rise following Hurricane Matthew, WMBF News is receiving photos of flood damage from across the Grand Strand and the Pee Dee.Local stores still boarded up after burglaries during Hurricane MatthewLocal stores still boarded up after burglaries during Hurricane MatthewUpdated: Tuesday, October 11 2016 6:11 PM EDT2016 10 11 22:11:57 GMTPolice say burglaries are popular during hurricanes and storms. (Source: Ruby Durham)Most businesses are back up and running after Hurricane Matthew, but now some are trying to get things back in order after finding their stores were broken into from people taking advantage of the storm.Most businesses are back up and running after Hurricane Matthew, but now some are trying to get things back in order after finding their stores were broken into from people taking advantage of the storm.Surfside Beach government plans Hurricane Matthew recoverySurfside Beach government plans Hurricane Matthew recoveryUpdated: Tuesday, October 11 2016 5:44 PM EDT2016 10 11 21:44:14 GMTTown officials hope to get a beach renourishment project started by winter in Surfside Beach following Hurricane Matthew. (Source: WMBF News)SURFSIDE BEACH, SC (WMBF) While many home and business owners awaited the return of power following Hurricane Matthew, on Tuesday local governments like Surfside Beach turned their focus

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