Police Blotter March 8
Ashley Lynn Toney, 25, on March 16, 2012, charged with an outstanding Magistrate Court bench warrant. Terrell Archield, 25, on March 16, 2012, charged with an outstanding North Charleston Police Department warrant for criminal domestic violence. Deangelo Lamont Frazier, 26, on March 15, 2012, charged with an outstanding Family Court bench warrant for failure to pay. Gerald L. Fox, 38, on March 15, 2012, charged with an outstanding Family Court bench warrant.
Jamar L. Campbell, 22, on March 8, 2012, charged with an outstanding Family Court bench warrant and two outstanding General Sessions Court bench warrants for failure to appear. Dustin Short, on March 18, 2012, charged with DUI. Marc Haley, on March 18, 2012, charged with criminal domestic violence. Shawn Buncum, on March 17, 2012, charged with possession of a schedule III controlled substance, no driver’s license, driving under suspension, providing false information to police and an outstanding Family Court bench warrant.
William Simmons, on March 16, 2012, charged with DUI. Joseph Southers, on March 16, 2012, charged with public drunkenness. April Porter, on March 16, 2012, charged with an outstanding Charleston County Sheriff’s Office warrant for fraud. Laquell Dixon, on March 16, 2012, charged with resisting arrest and an outstanding U.S. Marshals warrant for distribution of cocaine.
Suzanna Gasson, on March 15, 2012, charged with an outstanding Charleston Police Department warrant for driving under suspension. Matthew Bailey, on March 15, 2012, charged with DUI. Laura Barton, on March 15, 2012, charged with driving under suspension.
Toyota Settles Lawsuit with South Carolina
South Carolina is among 29 states to receive $1 million each under the terms of a settlement resulting from Toyota’s safety recalls. The car manufacturer was accused of failing to notify customers promptly about the safety problems in its automobiles. State attorneys general filed suit against Toyota in 2010 after the company recalled 14 million automobiles around the world due to an acceleration issue. The lawsuit claimed that Toyota did not let customers know that certain vehicles would speed up without warning. This communication gap is seen as a key factor in customers not receiving timely notice of the safety problem.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began looking into sudden acceleration of Toyota vehicles in 2003. As a result of Toyota’s own internal investigation, the company concluded that sticky gas pedals, flawed floor mats and driver error were to blame for the acceleration problem. In addition to making payments to the states, Toyota will post owners’ manuals online, making updated information more accessible to customers. It also has agreed to enlarge its rapid response teams to make sure safety complaints from customers are handled within 24 hours. Approximately 200 technical experts make up these teams throughout Toyota’s North American locations.
Toyota plans to pay back consumers for expenses related to this recall. Our South Carolina personal injury attorneys at Joye Law Firm are ready to fight for your rights if you or someone you love is the victim of an automobile crash.
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