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Richard Baum, Acting Director of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), announced 719 Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program grants totaling $89 million. This represents the largest-ever number of DFC grantees in a single year since the program’s founding. The grants will provide local community coalitions funding to prevent youth substance use, including prescription drugs, marijuana, tobacco, and alcohol. The Newberry County Coalition on Underage Drinking, hosted by Westview Behavioral Health Services, was one of the grant recipients and will receive $125,000 in DFC grant funds to involve and engage their local community to prevent substance use among youth.  

 

“We’re losing more than 60,000 people per year to drug overdose, but if we can stop young people from starting to use drugs in the first place, we can save lives,” said Richard Baum, Acting Director of National Drug Control Policy. “Our local DFC coalitions are a key part of this effort because they are bringing together parents groups, schools, healthcare professionals, law enforcement, businesses, and others to prevent drug use and improve the health of the community.”

 

“Our goal is to make Newberry County a safe and drug-free place for our youth,” said DFC Coalition Coordinator Terecia Wilson. “Prevention is a powerful tool to counteract drug use in our com”

 

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February 10, 2019  

 

 

At about 3:15 am Saturday morning, Newberry County Deputies and Newberry City Police Officers were called

to the Newberry County Memorial Hospital Emergency Department for two gunshot victims. Upon arrival,

investigating Deputies determined that a mother and one of her children had been shot during a domestic

argument. The incident occurred on Cherry Lane just outside the City of Newberry.

 

Early in the morning, the suspect came to the residence and found the door locked. He demanded entry but

the female victim and the children had gone to bed and did not answer the door. The suspect gained entry and

began to verbally assault the victims. The female victim gathered her three children and left the home through

the back door and attempted to leave the residence in her vehicle. As she fled the property, Davis opened fire

with a handgun hitting the car several times. The female victim was shot and as she driving herself to the

hospital, she realized that one of her children, the 7-year-old, had also been hit by the gunfire.

 

Deputies responded to the residence on Cherry Lane and found the suspect was still in the residence and was locked inside. After a brief time, deputies were able to talk the suspect out of the house took him into custody without incident.

 

Both victims began their treatment at Newberry County Memorial Hospital; however, the 7 year old had to be transported to a Columbia area hospital because of the serious nature of the injuries.

 

“It is bad enough for someone to get injured in an act of violence, but when you recklessly shoot into a car occupied by small children, your own children, it is simply despicable,” said Sheriff Lee Foster.

 

Because the victim drove her car to the Emergency Department, it was considered part of the crime scene and appropriate protocols had to be met in the parking lot and inside the hospital. Sheriff Foster said that because there were multiple crime scenes, the State Law Enforcement Division crime scene unit was called in to assist Deputies in forensic processing.

 

X’Zavier Sharif Davis, 26, of 633 Cherry Lane, Newberry is in custody at the Newberry County Detention Center. He will be charged with 4 counts of Attempted Murder. A bond hearing will be scheduled after the formal charges are filed. Davis and the female victim lived together at the residence. Two of the children are the suspect’s children as well. The 7-year-old who was shot is not the suspect’s biological child.

 

 

Early Morning Domestic Dispute Ends With Gun Fire; Two People Get Shot, Including 7-Year-Old Child

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