Crime The 7 inmates killed in SC prison fight have been identified

21:55  16 april  2018
21:55  16 april  2018 Source:   Tribune News Service

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Then he was killed in SC prison fight . An inmate who shot a deputy in the face was killed by another inmate in a fight at a South Carolina prison Thursday. Robert Odell Brown, 33, was identified as the victim by S . C . Department of Corrections officials.

The inmates who were killed during an incident at Lee Correctional Institution have been identified as RAYMOND ANGELO SCOTT, MICHAEL MILLEDGE, DAMONTE Two officers were stabbed there in a 2015 fight . The deaths at Lee are the most in any South Carolina prison in recent years.

Left to right: Eddie Gaskins, Joshua Jenkins, Damonte Rivera, Cornelius McClary, Michael Milledge, Raymond Scott, Corey Scott © Department of Corrections Left to right: Eddie Gaskins, Joshua Jenkins, Damonte Rivera, Cornelius McClary, Michael Milledge, Raymond Scott, Corey Scott The seven inmates killed in the overnight fighting at Lee Correctional Institute have been identified as:

▪ Raymond Angelo Scott

▪ Michael Milledge

▪ Damonte Marquez Rivera

▪ Eddie Casey Jay Gaskins

▪ Joshua Svwin Jenkins

▪ Corey Scott

▪ Cornelius Quantral McClary

The seven were killed during fights and 17 others inmates were injured that lasted more than seven hours at the South Carolina prison Sunday night and into Monday morning, the S.C. Department of Corrections announced early Monday morning.

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The Department of Corrections has identified the inmate who was killed on Thursday at a South Carolina prison . SCDC identified the deceased inmate as Robert Odell Brown. Officials say Brown was killed at Lee Correctional Institution after a fight between inmates .

7 inmates dead, 17 hurt in prison fights . The inmates killed were identified as Eddie Gaskins, 32; Joshua Jenkins, 33; Corneilus McClary, 33; Michael Milledge, 44; Damonte Rivera, 24; Corey Scott, 36; and Raymond Scott, 28.

Though most of the autopsies have yet to be performed, it appears that many of the prisoners died from stabbing or slashing wounds from "shanks," Lee County Coroner Larry Logan said. The official cause of death will not be determined until after the autopsies.

Raymond Angelo Scott, 28, was incarcerated in July 2016 for charges of assault and battery, carrying a prohibited weapon and an additional weapons charge, according to Department of Corrections records. He was sentenced to 25 years for the charges, which came from Sumter County. He was placed in Lee Correctional Institute on Oct. 18, 2017.
Scott, of Charleston, robbed a business in Sumter County, shooting the store's clerk in December 2015, according to the Sumter Item.

Milledge, 44, was moved to Lee on Nov. 13, 2017. He was incarcerated in April 2010, and sentenced to a total 66 years for assault and battery, illegal drug possession, possession of narcotics, trafficking in crack cocaine and an additional firearms charges. The charges came from Marlboro and Greenville county.

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Seven inmates were killed and 17 others were injured overnight at a South Carolina prison -- the fourth deadly incident at the facility in the past year.

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Rivera, 24, was serving a life sentence for murder, armed robbery, burglary and kidnapping. He was charged in Georgetown County and incarcerated in November 2015. He was transferred to Lee Nov. 2, 2017.
In 2012, Rivera and another man broke into a Georgetown home and murdered a man after demanding money and drugs, according to the Myrtle Beach Sun News.

Gaskins, 32, was incarcerated on domestic violence charges in Berkeley county. He began serving his 10 year sentence in December 2017. He was transferred to Lee April 13, 2018, though he served time in Lee starting March 29.
In Sept. 2016, Berkeley Deputies were called after Gaskins showed up at the home of a woman he was previously in a relationship with and threatened her with a shotgun, according to the Post and Courier.

Jenkins, 33, arrived in Lee Jan. 19, 2016. He was serving a 32 year sentence for burglary, voluntary manslaughter and attempted murder. Jenkins was charged in Orangeburg and Berkeley County for his crimes, and began serving his sentence in December 2015.

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  Locks were broken on doors at SC prison where riot killed 7 <p>Locks for multiple cell doors were not functioning at the Lee Correctional Institution where a riot killed seven inmates earlier this week.</p>The Department of Corrections would not say how many cell doors at the Bishopville maximum security prison did not lock or how long the locks had been broken. But Department of Corrections Director Bryan Stirling said the locks were not broken during the riot and referred to the broken locks as an "ongoing issue.

Seven inmates have been killed and at least 17 others seriously injured amid fighting between prisoners inside a maximum security prison in South Carolina .

Authorities added that all prison staff and responding law enforcement were "safe and accounted for." Two officers were stabbed in a 2015 fight . One inmate killed another in February. This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates.

Corey Scott, 38, was charged with assault and battery, criminal conspiracy, carjacking, aggravated assault and battery, kidnapping and armed robbery in McCormick and Florence counties. He began serving a 22-year sentence in October 2002. While in prison, he received an additional assault and battery charge and an eight year sentence to run concurrent with his 22-year sentence.

McClary, 33, was serving a 42 year sentence for assault and battery, burglary, criminal conspiracy and firearms charges when he arrived at Lee Oct. 2, 2017.
He was arrested in Williamsburg County in November 2009 in connection with the shooting death of 54-year-old Ernest Prosser. The Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Department said the motive behind the murder was robbery, SCNow reported. Prosecutors dropped the murder charge against McClary, who later pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy, first degree burglary and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison.

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