Monthly Archives: March 2018

 Before December 6, 2013, Travis Mayo would have been sleeping peacefully in his bed at 3 a.m. on a weekend or holiday morning. Likewise, if you would have said to Travis that the next morning at 7:45 am while driving...
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The countdown to the 2018 Walk Like MADD Columbia Presented by Uber on April 14th is officially underway, kicked off at a luncheon that brought together volunteers, team captains, law enforcement, sponsors, and staff.  Thompson Funeral Homes, one of our...
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Below are the words of Jennifer Mayo of Lexington from the parole hearing for the man found guilty in the crash that took her son Brandon’s life in 2013.  Parole was denied.   My name is Jennifer. I’m the mother...
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MADD SC needs your help in supporting drunk driving legislation that will save lives and would help make South Carolina a leader in the fight against drunk driving. S 982 is working its way through the Senate, so now is...
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On Thursday February 15th, 2018, three officers from the North Charleston Police Department were involved in two separate alleged impaired driving crashes within hours of each other. Ryan McCluen was off duty the evening of Thursday February 15th. He was...
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