Florence, South Carolina 2021-09-21 18:39:22 –
Florence County, South Carolina (WBTW) – A lawyer in the deceased deputy family member Fara Turner filed an illegal death proceeding against a man charged with shooting seven police officers in Florence in 2018.
Two police officers, including Deputy Turner, were killed in the shooting.
The proceedings were filed against Frederick Hopkins on Tuesday, charged with two attempted murders and five attempted murders. Seth Hopkins; David Suggs; Suggs Family Revocable Trust; & Cheryl Hopkins and David Suggs are trustees of the Suggs Family Revocable Trust.
“Sheryl Hopkins knew that Frederick Hopkins was suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome, and despite that knowledge, he kept his weapons at home,” the lawsuit said. The proceedings say Cheryl did not keep his weapons safe, knowing Fred’s mental illness and that he had a “violent tendency.”
The proceedings also saw his father Frederick Hopkins react violently when police came home to investigate when Seth Hopkins, who had entered a plea for a second sex offense with a minor, was guilty of plea. Claims to have known to do.
“To protect Seth Hopkins from criminal charges against sexual assault
A minor child, defendant Frederick Hopkins, fired at law enforcement, Fara.
“Turner,” the proceedings allege.
A banned lawyer, Fred Hopkins, is in a Colombian prison awaiting a jury trial. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
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