Posts filed under: Victim Stories

Larry Williams was killed by a drugged driver Easter 2017. His wife Debbie Williams shares how her life has changed as a result of a woman’s choice to take drugs and drive. Debbie shares her victim impact statement she read...
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Jasmine Lashay Brooks was born September 9th, 1991. Jasmine came into the world at 6lbs. 7oz. Jasmine was a very sick little girl. Doctors did not expect her to live very long, but with prayer, she became a very happy...
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Megan Diffee of Lexington County shared her victim impact statement with us that she delivered at the sentencing of the man who almost took her life. Excerpts from the victim impact statements of her husband, Brandon and her father, David...
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Maryellen Bielawa of New York state shares her victim impact statement with us. She is the mother of  Ryan Bielawa, a Coastal Carolina student killed by a drunk driver. When Ryan chose to go to Coastal Carolina University it was not...
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Our Honor Family for the 2019 Walk Like MADD Greenville Upstate is the Carosiello Family. Victor’s mother, Margie, though biased, describes Victor as being “brilliant.” He was indeed mathematically and artistically gifted.  At 12 years old, he put a keystroke...
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Megan Amelia Milam was a beautiful 24-year-old daughter and mother.  She had a very unique laugh and smile that would brighten anyone she came in contact with.  Megan was a strong and brave woman that rarely met a stranger.  She...
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Jessica Doreen Mendenhall’s Victim Impact Statement that she read in court during the sentencing of the woman who killed her grandfather, Gordon Ward, in 2016. Beaufort, SC Your Honor, I am Jessica Doreen Mendenhall, proud granddaughter of Gordon McQuinn Ward...
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“The Death of a Four-Year-Old” Written By: Skylar Wallace, Aynor, SC June 20, 2009, the day that changed an eight-year-old girl’s life forever. May 6, 2005- Angelina’s birthday quote- “Cherish that which is within you.” – Chuang Tzu June 18,...
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On November 19th, 2017, Myles Holland was killed by an impaired driver in Orangeburg, SC. Myles and his girlfriend had just left the Claflin Homecoming game when Torbert Mack struck their vehicle. Myles died later at Orangeburg Regional Hospital. Since...
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On the evening of November 15, 2017 so many lives changed forever. David Newell’s family and his fiancé would never hold him again. His fraternity brothers would never laugh with him again and a USC Community would mourn the loss...
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