The South Carolina Department of Corrections has released the names of the seven inmates killed during a prison incident.
The inmates are Raymond Angelo Scott, Michael Milledge, Damonte Marquez Rivera, Eddie Casey Jay Gaskins, Joshua Svwun Jenkins, Corey Scott and Cornelius Quantral McClary.
All seven men were prisoners at Lee Correctional Institution. 17 more are injured.
The South Carolina Department of Corrections says seven inmates have died following an incident at Lee Correctional Institution.
The Department of Corrections says the prison was secured just before 3 am Monday. They say the incident began around 7:15 pm Sunday and involved multiple inmate-on-inmate altercations in three housing units.
They say the incident resulted in 17 inmates requiring outside medical attention and seven inmates were killed.
According to tweets from the Department of Corrections, all staff and responding law enforcement are safe and accounted for.
Lee County Fire & Rescue says multiple agencies were called into assist with the ‘mass-casualty incident’ at the prison. Aid was received from Florence County EMS, Kershaw County EMS, Darlington County EMS, Lexington County EMS and Hartsville Rescue.
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502 Beckman Road
Columbia, SC 29203-3173
Warden: David Dunlap
Security: Level 1-B (Male)
Special Mission: The Institution serves at the Agency’s Centralized Pre-Release Center for male inmates that are within 90-days of release back into their respective communities.
Education: Literacy, GED, and Work Keys.
Vocation: Brick Masonry, Business Applications, NCCER Safety Orientation (certified by OSHA). Certificate programs in horticulture, small engine repair, grounds maintenance, janitorial services, and food services.
Health Care: Routine medical care provided on site with 24-hour emergency care available
Programs: The Pre-Release Program is a two component system; a 60-day program where the inmate can work in an educational, vocational, or certificate program and then move into a 30-day program dedicated to outside community resources and skill enhancement in the area of employment. Additionally, there are religious services, volunteer services, recreational services, Alcoholic Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous available.
Community Services: Provides an inmate labor crew to the Department of Mental Health, the Criminal Justice Academy, the South Carolina Fire Academy and Richland County Public Works. Provides one correctional officer-supervised litter crew who pick up trash along interstate highways.
PO Box 189
Rembert, SC 29128-0189
(803) 432-6191 or
Warden: Donald Beckwith
Security: Level 2 (Male)
Special Mission: Phases I and II of the Department of Corrections’ Youthful Offender Institutional Services (YOIS) are operational at the institution. The YOIS is required for all inmates sentenced under the Youthful Offender Act. The institution also houses adult offenders.
SHOCK Incarceration Program: This program became operational May 1, 2012 at the institution. It is required for Court ordered male inmates who must be between the ages of 17 and 29 and who have passed a 15-day evaluation.
Agriculture: This institution provides inmate labor for the Agriculture and Food Service Division’s 7,000 acre row crop operation, the new dairy which provides milk for SCDC and the Department of Juvenile Justice, and beef cattle operations located adjacent to the facility.
Education: Literacy, GED preparation, and high school courses.
Vocational Training: Construction Engineering Operations (CEO) and the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation (TRF).
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care provided on site, five days per week.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, recreational services, Alcoholics Anonymous.
Community Services: Provides inmate labor crews to the Office of the Adjutant General, the City of Camden, Kershaw County, Lee County, the City of Sumter, Sumter County Public Works, and the Department of Transportation; provides three (3) correctional officer-supervised inmate litter crews who pick up trash along the I-20 and adjacent secondary roads; and an institution work crew which fills sandbags for use in coastal areas during hurricanes/floods due to storms.