Orangeburg County law enforcement sued for alleged failure to act after man killed by girlfriend’s stalker

Orangeburg County law enforcement sued for alleged failure to act after man killed by girlfriend’s stalker

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – A mom has filed a lawsuit in Orangeburg County alleging that regulation enforcement failed to analyze threats that resulted within the taking pictures dying of her son, Trey Gadson.

Sabrina Wooden and Regina Hilliard filed a lawsuit in opposition to the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Workplace, the Orangeburg County Division of Public Security, and Orangeburg County. Wooden was relationship Gadson on the time of his dying and Hilliard is Gadson’s mom.

The lawsuit says Wooden sought a restraining order in opposition to her ex-boyfriend Derrick Mosley after a collection of threats and incidents. On October 11, 2020, Orangeburg County Public Security was dispatched to his residence after Wooden acquired threatening messages on his cellular phone.

The lawsuit stated Mosley threatened Wooden with owing cash and would harm her if she did not pay him. Wooden informed investigators Mosley started threatening her in August 2020 after their relationship ended. She left the Columbia space for Orangeburg to get away from him.

The lawsuit additional says, “Mrs. Wooden additional indicated that she fears for her security and that of her baby. A report was filed and regulation enforcement didn’t contact Derrick Mosley or examine the incident additional.

One other incident that occurred on October 31, 2020 was reported in response to the lawsuit. Wooden was strolling right into a restaurant when she seen Mosley following her in a automobile. She left the enterprise and went to a different close by enterprise and Mosley adopted her, circling the world earlier than leaving. Mosley was reported to regulation enforcement. The lawsuit says: ‘A report has been filed and regulation enforcement has didn’t contact Derrick Mosley or additional examine the incident.’

On Nov. 3, 2020, one other incident was reported to regulation enforcement after Mosley allegedly adopted Wooden to a nightclub and spoke to him. When Wooden left the membership, she found that her tires had been punctured.

The lawsuit says that in this time, Wooden continued to obtain threatening calls and messages. After blocking her quantity, the lawsuit says Mosley reached out to her on social media and known as different individuals to attempt to get in contact along with her.

On Nov. 17, 2020, the lawsuit says Wooden obtained a restraining order in opposition to Mosley from the Orangeburg County Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom. The lawsuit says Wooden seen Mosley following her on his approach to a good friend’s home. Wooden was capable of escape Mosley that day by dashing up and pulling right into a McDonald’s car parking zone. The lawsuit says she knowledgeable a member of the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Workplace.

On Nov. 21, 2020, Wooden was touring on I-26 when Mosley shot at his automotive after leaving a gasoline station on Burke Rd. The lawsuit says Wooden drove away from the scene as Gadson was sprawled and bleeding. He was ultimately pronounced useless from a gunshot wound to the again of the pinnacle.


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The lawsuit says regulation enforcement was “reckless, negligent, grossly negligent and willful, wanton and reckless” of their dealing with of the investigations that led to the taking pictures and allowed Mosley to stay at giant.

WIS has included the complete lawsuit under, we’ve contacted the organizations named within the lawsuit for remark.

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