Posts filed under: Victim Stories

As Walk Like MADD Greenville Upstate Presented by HotSpot approaches on October 7th, we are pleased to introduce you to our Honor Family.  Rhonda Cockrell is the mother of Jeremy Cockrell.  On November 15, 2014, Rhonda Cockrell lost her son,...
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Kim and Frank Duval, parents of Wyatt Duval of Lexington, SC, share their Victims Impact Statements as they read them in court prior to the offender being sentenced for their son’s death. I stand before you today as a devastated...
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Karetha Murphy, daughter of Viola Jackson of Lyman, SC, shares her Victims Impact Statement. These were the words she read through tears in court prior to the offender being sentenced.. January 20th 2017, this day continues to replay in my mind....
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Shared by  Cindy and Joe Bass, parents of Lisa Marie Sessions of Florence County, SC.  Lisa’s parents share with us their Victim Impact Statements read at the sentencing of man who hit their daughter head-on on a Sunday morning while...
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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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This story is submitted by Ryan’s mother, Maryellen Bielawa from New York. When Ryan chose to go to Coastal Carolina University it was not a surprise to me. I even encouraged him. Since he was not a fan of the...
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Shared by Diane Stone and Malena Kinsey of Lexington County, SC. This mother and daughter  shares with us their Victim Impact Statements read at the sentencing of man who cut their car in two while driving drunk. The drunk driver...
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Shared by Annette Frilot of Inman, SC. Annette shares with us her Victim Impact Statement read at the sentencing of man who killed her daughter. The drunk driver was sentenced to 50 years for the deaths of Melissa, Kortlynn and...
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"I will never get to see David become a man, fall in love, get married and have children of his own. I will never get to experience the joys of being a grandmother. It was taken from me."...
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"I no longer have a brother; I am now an only child. I will forever be angry that Josh had to go the way he did."...
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