SC inmate charged with threatening warden

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COLUMBIA — A South Carolina inmate has been charged with threatening the life of an associate prison warden.

The State Law Enforcement Division said today 21-year-old Davorius Mack had been charged with four counts of threatening the life of a public official.

Mack is serving an 11-year sentence for the 2006 shooting death of a Rock Hill store clerk. Mack pleaded guilty to felonies including accessory after the fact to armed robbery and murder in the death of 69-year-old Ned Marshall, who was found shot in the chest and leg.

Mack started his sentence in 2007 at a maximum security prison in Pelzer. Prison officials say he has been convicted of more than 30 disciplinary infractions, including threatening to inflict harm and striking an employee.

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Sweet son
Sweet son 11/24/10 - 02:51 pm
The parole board should have

The parole board should have something for this piece of stuff: No, No, No, serve it all and then serve some more!!!!!!

Rolling Eyes
Rolling Eyes 11/24/10 - 04:07 pm
He was sentenced only 11

He was sentenced only 11 years for robbery and murder? That's a cheap sentence for the crime. Will there be any more time will added to his sentence for the 30+ disciplinary infractions including this newest charge?

airbud7 11/24/10 - 06:38 pm
Just what I was thinking

Just what I was thinking Rolling Eyes

By the way, shouldn't it be Rolling Eye☺

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