'The whole issue has to be investigated': former S.C. Rep. on Beaufort Taser death
Kenneth Hodges, Beaufort pastor and former State Rep. from S.C. House District 121, speaks Tuesday on the need for a thorough investigation of the death of 24-year-old Trey Pringle, who went into cardiac arrest and later died in the hospital after
Marchers, many local small business owners, took to the streets in downtown Beaufort to protest Eat Sleep Play Beaufort, a popular digital media company. They accuse its owner, Gene Brancho, of unfair business practices and objectionable behavior.
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