WARNING: This video contains graphic content. A tourist caught the entire shooting on Ocean Boulevard during a Facebook live video. An officer was not shot during the incident, Myrtle Beach police say.
Video provided by Bubba Hinson on Facebook
Ocean Boulevard shooting captured on video
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Levar Jones, the black motorist shot by a South Carolina trooper during a Columbia traffic stop in 2014, says he might be open to meeting former trooper Sean Groubert when Groubert is released from prison, if God tells him to.
Defense attorneys for former SC trooper Sean Groubert say Groubert developed PTSD after an August 2012 car chase and shootout with a suspect in Columbia's Five Points. The disorder, which they say went undiagnosed, contributed to Groubert overreacting and shooting Levar Jones during a traffic stop in September 2014.
Sean Groubert, a former trooper with the SC Highway Patrol, apologized to Levar Jones, whom Groubert shot during a traffic stop in September 2014. Groubert was sentenced Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, after pleading guilty to aggravated assault.
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Before Baron Davis became the Richland School District 2 superintendent, the incident where a resource officer removed a student from her desk was a national news story. Davis explains how it would be different today.